This cruise was chosen because it departed from my home city; I am a disabled senior and traveling is difficult. I have stage 3 cancer treated with radiation which makes standing very difficult/painful, and I am vegan. Additionally I have Coronary Artery Disease.
Princess assured me that they would be able to accommodate the needs of my disability as well as my dietary needs, and Princess FAILED miserably.
Radiation therapy damaged the bones in my lower back which makes standing painful, I was assured a quick boarding. It took THREE HOURS to get onboard only to wait in another long line to have a picture taken. I was in so much pain the departure day that I was unable to enjoy a bon voyage cocktail and the spent the next day nursing my painful back. About 2800 passengers and only two crew members taking pictures, two for 2800!
Sheets and towels were not changed daily as my health issues require. I got locked out on the balcony with no way to signal anyone, so I had to wait until my traveling companion to return in order to get back inside.
Very good ambiance.