Over all the experience was not so good. The ship was too big, it had to be docked at Circular Key not White Bay as it wouldn’t fit under the Harbour Bridge.
The laundry's were located the end of the ship on each deck directly above and below each other, meaning a cut lunch and a water bottle was needed.
Some of the wait staff spent more time speaking to each other rather than looking after the paying passengers.
A Mini suite, was very good, able to separate lounge and bed areas by curtains. Each had a TV attached to the wall. The shower was incorporated in the bath.
Took a tender ashore. Bought some goods. Had a some drinks at the Brewery.....not to bad.
Only a small Atoll, nothing to see other than small Weather Station releasing a ballon.
Ship only slowly cruised pass, stopping momentarily for both sides to see.
The price for a tube of Pringles was $7.95, twice the price from on land.
The Computer/Library room was very small, it only had 3 desktop computers which on sea days you had to line up to use them.
The book content of the Library was poor, books that were borrowed and returned and put into the locked return cabinet was never cleared during the entire trip. This meant that the shelves were only half full.
The only positive comment I can make for the whole experience on this ship was that the cabin (a mini suite) was very comfortable and the attendant was very polite as well as helpull. Other than that I personally wouldn't recommend going on it, stick to the smaller vessels being the Sun or the Sea Princess.