We like long cruises. It was depressing wh the number of wheelchairs and walkers. Men coming to dinner in faded jeans and baseball caps. They are very very stingy with food in the dining room. Vegetables were usually mushy spinach. One day I had one half of a Brussel sprout. The next day I asked if I could have extra sprouts, I received 2 halfs! My husband received a pile of mashed potatoes with a chicken breast. No veg at all. We ended up eating dinner in the buffet where we had more choice. This I definitely not for gourmet foodies.
We were shocked by our cabin assignment. Cabin 7121 inside may have been appropriate for 1 person but not for 2.
Most of the ports visited were mediocre but I was looking forward to Lahaina. The day before the captain announced we would be skipping maui because the water may be too rough for tenders. We were diverted to a port that didn't require a tender and seemed to be s shipping port. Our table mats went to maui on their excursion and said there was no problem with rough water. That left us wondering if the change was made to accommodate all the wheelchairs and walkers ??
We have traveled with HAL and Crucon many many times and yet we were assigned what must have been the smallest cabin on board.