We wanted to try out the new Infinite verandas and liked this 11 day itinerary. It was a perfect fit for our grandson’s two week Spring break. The entertainment was wonderful; some of the best we have seen on a cruise ship in years. We were very disappointed in the food. As mentioned, very limited menu selections. We did two Specialty restaurants, Le Petite and Fine Cut. These were very good.
The ship is beautiful and very well kept. We ventured into the Eden area several times, but never saw any entertainment, etc. The coffee bar on Five was a perfect place to people watch and relax. Shade on the pool deck is very limited. Our sea days were spent attending various ship activities.
The Majic Carpet was never used as a tender and only moved between 12 and 14. Grand Cayman is a tender port but they used other tenders.
We had connecting cabins with our grandsons. This worked very well. Even though we did not have an inside hall, we were still able to access the cabins in a convenient way.
We also had an infinite veranda, which we did not like, but it did give us more sitting room that we utilized for our grandsons. We enjoy spending afternoons on the balcony. We were not able to do this with the infinite veranda. Couldn’t open the window because of the heat and humidity. We probably wouldn’t book Edge class again.