The Europa2 is a very elegant ship, silver-grey and blond wood décor, artwork displayed throughout. We had the lowest category cabin which came with a separate toilet and bathroom, three sinks altogether. A rain and hand held shower in the large shower stall, a jacuzzi bathtub, ample storage space, a desk with a hidden and lighted mirror, filled refrigerator, balcony with 2 chairs, one lounger and a small table. The smallest balcony cabin is usually the category we book on other ships.
Annoying quirks: The beds are as hard as in China's mid category hotels. I complained and the state room attendant offered a "rheumatism blanket", an extra mattress topper that brought the bed up to an acceptable level. Oceania's beds and linens are much more luxurious. In addition, it turned out that we needed to read the provided description of how to work the lights. There were several ways to use the 6 or maybe 8 switches next to the bed. Luckily three important lights had independent switches: toilet, nightlight, reading light.
Smoking on balconies: It happened only twice that our neighbor smoked on the balcony. Very few smoking passengers and most of them stuck to the pool bar.
... to be continued