Chose this cruise because had heard that their private island is nice, supposed to have 2 days there and they dock rather than tender making it easy to get on and off. Ian made sure we never saw it. Never got to a beach at all! Some crew members tried to help, but it felt more like a floating prison than a cruise vacation.
Instead of days on an idyllic island, we had a week on board a ship with really unimaginative, poorly prepared and presented food, 'shows' that were more migraine inducing than entertaining, little to no access to the pools and a lot of other stuff and basically nothing to do. If I hadn't loaded a bunch of books on my kindle, I think I'd have gone nuts!
Arts & crafts twice daily (origami) and trivia were pretty much the limit of their creativity after the third origami session, guests were in open rebellion, chanting "no paper," over and over.
The cabin itself wasn't bad, but there's a lot of wear and tear showing and the shower didn't drain well, so had water all over that floor a lot. Stingy with towels, didn't provide pool towels or ice most days despite our asking for them.