Regent doesn't disappoint. From the excellent service to the comfortable stateroom, this is a first-class operation. We visited all of the key Greek destinations, and while some were far more tourist-y than others, the excursions that Regent offers made the most of all of the locations. Food was very good, there was the occasional miss but on a 22 night cruise there is bound to be one or 2 meals were the choice was just wrong. The service was excellent at all times, by the end of the first week, the bartenders and waiters all know us by name, and would serve up the right cocktail or wine without even asking. One bonus was that we were lucky to have a phenomenal guest speaker, Michael DiSpezio, aboard who prepared us with lectures for all of our upcoming ports of call. That made the stops that much more interesting and ensured that we knew what to look for. The only weaknesses were a cruise director who was not nearly as visible as the one we had last year, and a very WEAK lineup of nightly entertainment in the theater. That was offset by a good slate of entertainment in the various lounges.
This cabin is dead center oriented looking aft. The noise and vibration was minimal, certainly better than a similar cabin we had on Deck 9 last year. Look, a ship is going to have at least a little vibration, if you don't like that, stay ashore in a hotel. The pitch and roll in this room was very minimal as well due to the center location, so if you are prone to motion issues, this is a good spot (although that has never been an issue for us). Excellent space, closet, roomy bathroom, SUPER comfortable bed, and a HUGE outside deck. The only comment I could make is the carpet right at the door to the deck could stand replacing, simply due to the elements. Otherwise, no complaints, and Leah and he team kept the room SPOTLESS during our 3 week stay.
Mykonos is a crowded, expensive spot. Beautiful for sure, but just too many people crammed into one small area.