Embarkation was a problem. We got on in Wellington, and it seemed the cruise line was not that interested / prepared for the mid-cruise embarkation. Had to wait in the wind for nearly an hour while visitors got off the ship, and then we had to lug our own luggage to the room. Other passengers also said disembarking at ports of call was chaotic and a long process.
The balcony cabin was on the small side, and the bathroom would have been challenging to anyone with a BMI over 25. The balcony was tiny, but the room very tidy and well serviced.
Dining was only just acceptable.Choices at lunch and dinner were limited, and it almost appeared to be designed for the passenger to look seriously at the "pay-for" restaurants. We found the best of these, by far to be the Blue Lagoon.