Entertainment is an interesting historian and an excellent musician.
All the typical choices at breakfast along with a fresh fruit buffet, 3 main choices for lunch or dinner. The food was good, better than the larger cruise lines, just less choices. House wine was Woodbridge, so you might want to bring your own or buy.
The staff was always helpful, cheerful, and really wanted you to enjoy your trip.
There were one or two included tours at each stop and in most cases you could take the morning and afternoon tours if you wanted too. Graceland tour is WAY overpriced. Maybe because it was a cold day and the place wasn’t busy, there were no lines to get ahead of. Walked through all the displays, not crowded. Touring the mansion is chaotic in a small space. You only see the basement and main floor, upper level is off limits.
The WiFi was terrible, it was either really poor reception or non-existent. Unless they get this adjusted, don’t plan on iPad entertainment. TV reception was always good.
The crowd is definitely senior so if you are looking for party, party call Carnival Cruise lines. If you are looking for laid-back, nice accommodations, and meeting some interesting people, this is a cruise for you.
New ship with roomy staterooms, small private balcony. Large screen TV, signal was good all the time. Bathroom is small but larger than a typical cruise ship bathroom. Beside the usual bath product amenities that they provide, there was a hair dryer, curling iron and large (unlit) magnifying mirror. The magnifier can be moved to desk mirror if you need to. The closet is small, but there was plenty of drawer space, between the double dresser, two night stands and desk. Walk in shower is a larger than typical cruise ship. Lighting in room was better than most hotel rooms, great for reading.