Condidtion of ship - Overall it was fine. Did notice the uneven floors in some of the corridors.
Food - Tried too hard. Most had too many extra and unwanted ingredients. It was hard to get just a plain salad.
Lido buffet was actually better that the dining room. Burt Reynolds and Johnny Walker were amazing in their name recalling ability. Jim Dandy has a really great voice and is a very skilled dancer. The dance he did in the crew show was one we had seen in Bali so we had something to judge by.
Service - About as bad as I have ever seen. It wasn't terrible by any means, but below what I have come to expect. Examples : Dining- Forgot my salad, refused to get me a dressing that they had most nights, but wasn't on the menu, told me I had to pay for lemonade (not true - it is free with meals just like iced tea). Rarely got water refills without asking. Waiter not at all friendly, and for the first time on a cruise, I felt rushed during the meal(had earliest seating as usual due to my husband's diabetes). Cabin - Cabin steward didn't show us anything, such as the remote not using the power button to turn TV on, only used for turning it off while an arrow button turns it on. Drawers were locked and no key. Couldn't find him until late the next day.
Entertainment - most on board activities were at the same time so we had to choose one, and then have nothing to do the rest of the time. The crew shows had fantastic sets and costumes, but the other shows were short and very average.
The only advantage on this ship was being able to use your cabin until you left the ship if you chose. We didn't stay in it but left our things there so we didn't have to tote them around. That let the steward make up the room and was a convenience to us.
Would I sail this ship again? No.