We chose this cruise because of the itinerary - Apart from Venice & Kotor - all the other ports were a new experience for us.
The other attraction was there were no sea days, so every day was an opportunity to explore a new place.
The Ship was very nice (shame about some of the other passengers) but we found that the main dining room seemed very cramped in comparison to a number of the other ships we have been on.
The accessible ocean view cabin was again quite spacious but not as large as similar grade cabins on other ships - because the door did not open automatically, it meant that I had to be there to open the door for my wife's wheelchair.
It was a very hot day and we had been told that the ruins at Olympia were not wheelchair accessible so we had a wander along the harbour and had a couple of ice-creams and ice -cold beers before returning to the ship.
Because this was a tender port, my wife was unable to disembark as she is a wheelchair user. I got the cable-car to the top and had a walk around (taking a lot of amazing photos) before walking back down the donkey track (588 steps!) trying to avoid the donkey poo!
We had been to Kotor on a previous cruise so my wife decided to stay on board. I got off and decided to walk up to the fortress - a gruelling uphill walk for over an hour but the views were incredible!