Just completed a 7 day Adriatic Cruise on Voyager of the Seas. Having cruised several times on multiple cruise lines throughout Europe we picked this cruise since it visited ports on the Adriatic Sea. If you are cruising in Europe for the first time this is probably not the cruise you should take. This was the first cruise where US residents were the minority. Nothing wrong with that just the first time it has noticed on 5 European cruises. As one might suspect majority were Italian.
Ship: This was the largest ship we have cruised on out of the 27 cruises over the past 20 years. My wife and I were a little concerned that we would feel crowded as we usually enjoy smaller ships. We were both pleasantly surprised that other than around the pool during the one sea day we did not feel like there were 3000 passengers on board. The public spaces were large enough and the entertainment venues spread out enough to disperse the guests.
Our stateroom was a typical D1 balcony and was clean and in good working order. Our friends were in the cabin next door and their toilet was an issue the entire cruise. Maintenance fixed the problem every time it was reported but it was very frustrating to them to have to constantly report the issue.