About This Ship
Pros and Cons
Pros: the ship is suitable for families, especially during school holidays; the Atlantis spa is popular (so much so that pre-cruise booking is a good idea); surrogate dance and game partners are available for single ladies.
Cons: poor sound insulation between cabins means more noise than you might want to hear; entertainment is British-focused and may not appeal to international passengers; decor and general atmosphere may feel old-fashioned; there's a 2% credit card surcharge to settle onboard accounts.
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