The itinerary was the reason for taking this cruise, e.g. circling the island of Cuba. The tours were good and we saw a lot of the Cuban countryside and how people live in both urban and rural areas. There were some differences in the places we visited (between buses) -- for the same tours - not just the order of places visited.
We were somewhat bored toward the end of the cruise though. We felt the evening entertainment was weak. We didn't like their 'anytime dining' because we often had to wait for a table, unlike other lines with similar programs, but where reservations are taken.
Azamara did survey some guests mid-cruise to see if improvements were warranted and they did follow up on the comments received.
Partially obstructed view, but the real issue is the outside lights at night illuminating the lifeboats. While there are black-out drapes, the light does leech in around the edges, so the cabin was lighter at night than preferred.