As I said at the start of this blog, we were more used to Cross Channel Ferries as a means of transport from A to B, than travelling on a ship to be entertained and looked after.
I cannot praise the staff on board highly enough, they were always smiling, always welcoming and always working hard to ensure that their guests had a great time.
Everywhere was clean and well kept, food was well cooked ,varied and service was excellent. During the day and evening there was a variety of entertainment. The ship rarely appeared crowded, then only place which occasionally had a lack of seats and was busy was the Buffet Restaurant at the rear of the ship. The only thing that needed repairing I saw was one of the table tennis tables which did not sit flat as one of the wheels was broken.
We spent the evenings dining in the table service restaurant on a table with 3 other couples who all came from North of the Watford Gap, we all got on well, and it was great to be able to share the experiences in the Ports and hear of previous voyages. After dinner we chilled in a bar listening to music or watched a show in the theatre.