The ship was spotless and the crew was great. This is a French company and most of the guests were French. There were Americans ans Brits also on the cruise. The room was very small but I assume that since the ship traveled canals and went through very narrow canals things had to be tight. The public rooms were really nice and spacous. For non Euopeans, all the tours were included. After we left Amsterdam, the rtours were not ver good. It seemed that that just stopped to have something to do do with little of interest. As an ezample, we had a stop at a "small fishing village. All that was there was 3 blocks of souvenier, teashops with soft serve ice shops mixed in. Once we go to Germany the tours improved. Since the ship sailed durring the day, we would depart for a tour and the ship would then sail and meet us at another location. As soon as we got on the ship, it wouls sail and the dock for the night. That ment we on the boat for all meals with no opportunity to eat on shoe if we wanted to. The food on the ship was served beatifully but average at best. There were no choices. What they served was what you got. If you didn't like it, you got more of everything else. The service was excellant.
As I said, the cabins were very small but spotless. They were cleaned every day.