We enjoy Princess Cruises, but this one was not the best. While the islands were nice, the weather good, and overall service adequate, there were some things that were disappointing. !) Food selection was a challenge since the menu did not describe what ingredients were associated with the culinary terms that, apparently, the ship's chef liked to use. So, every dinner required explanations from the wait staff. 2) There was a serious lack of communication and information regarding accessibility for mobility impaired passengers. We were NINE days into the cruise before information was published regarding accessibility to the ship's theater. It wasn't until the last port of call that information was broadly distributed regarding which location for disembarkation were accessible. And, the Excursion staff said there was no Handicap accommodation om Excursion transport at the various ports.We did have a great stateroom attendant and some folks at Guest Services were outstanding.
Small cabin but plenty of storage space
We booked a private tour of the island's Jewish history. The oldest still operating synagogue in the Western Hemisphere was one of the stops. Fascinating tour and outstanding guide.