The voyage we were on cruised from Detroit to Montreal and it was fantastic!
The ship had just been refurbished before our embarkation. It is very well done, very accommodating and a very pleasant atmosphere. The layout is very simple and common areas are easily accessible.
The food onboard was excellent. Breakfast at The Grill (deck 4, aft) was one of my favorite parts. A hearty breakfast and coffee while looking over the day's port was a great start (although some ports were a little more scenic than others which is to be expected). Lunch and dinner were equally impressive. The formal dining space, The Coastal Dining Room (deck 1, aft), was very classic and comfortable. The service staff was friendly and attentive. True cruise ship/dining professionals and it showed.
Comfortable size, great location, relatively quiet.
Toronto was crowded but very nice. We did a driving city tour and went through many of the ethnic neighborhoods, drove by many parliamentary buildings, Queens College, and Castle Loma. We had a chance to stop at the dog fountain at Berczy Park and enjoy some shopping/dining at the Distillery District.
Greeted by a welcoming committee. Took a guided tour on a trolley around the city to many of the important sites. Stopped at a chapel with Tiffany designed interior and the Cleveland Museum of Art. The Rock & Roll HOF is mere minutes away from the dock, easy walk.
Embarkation port with an easy boarding process.