We walked aboard this ship, but we both disembarked in wheelchairs! We are both approximately 78 years old, yet on a ship that is basically the size of an Aircraft carrier, we were assigned the very last balcony cabin forward on deck 11, (11108), as far forward as we could be to the bow. Obviously, all restaurants, and other activities are mostly all the way aft. It was such a journey we were basically confined to our cabin eating the "same" breakfast every day as we ordered from room service, a service we had to pay extra for! Also, our Balcony room was supposed to have an unobstructed view, but half of our balcony had a steel wall taking up a third of the balcony! Considering the "journey" elderly people had to make to at least have dinner, would have been nice to have at least a bench or some sort of seating in the elevator areas! Not to mention the elevators were always slow as molasses!
The only entertainment that wasn't already booked up that we were able to get a reservation for was the Donna Summer's review which in our opinion was like a bad High School play. We left after watching only five minutes!
The advertising for the Prima detailed all the wonderful amenities on board, but failed to inform all the added cost to use them! I.e. the Mandarin Spa. We were quoted $99.00 per person to use for one day?? Come on.