We chose this repositioning cruise because we needed to catch up with friends in Australia that decided to fly and the dates matched.
It's an old ship, renovated about 10 years ago, and considering that it's in great shape. The service attitude of the staff is impressive, the food is hovering between good and great, with the buffet having essentially been sacrificed on the altar of Covid. Entertainment is uneven. Since its a bargain priced cruise, we expected to be hit with charges left and right, and we were not disappointed.
A side effect of the cruise line pricing of the day is of course that you end up with 2000 bargain hunters as your co-passengers. My wife instructed me to not mention that I thought of the ship as a floating trailer park.
Pretty simple and partially obstructed - not just the view, on the inside as well with wall mounted extra beds. But we knew that. You get what you pay for.