Arrived back 9/4/2019 from a Victory II cruise from Detroit to Montreal.
On a positive note the mostly Philippine restaurant and bar staff was as good as the service that we've received on Regent, Seabourn and Silversea. The food was nicely presented, different choices each day, and of good quality thanks to Chef Michael. Chicken was a standard choice, vegan and gluten free items were available.
The entertainment each night was with the same three performers - Austin Ray, cruise director on keyboard and vocals, Jonathan Benton on drums and Jackson Price on guitar and vocals. Each performer was very good and quite personable. Each night had a different musical theme - Country, Rock & Roll, etc. During cocktail hour from 6 - 7 one of the performers would provide background music. The canapes served during cocktail hour were varied and quite tasty.
Our cabin was 212 a Category C. The bed was comfortable. There was a TV mounted on the wall. We were happy with the TV offerings. The cabin had a desk, mirror and one chair that was a negative as for two people you really need two chairs. We travel light and for us there was more than enough storage space.
If you are a large person, you might have a problem with the curtained shower. There is a step up into the curved, raised shower that for the most part kept water off of the floor. Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, and Body Lotion was quite nice.
Shore excursions though short were either very good or meh! In Cleveland, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is not to be missed and we could have spent more time there.
The ship is small, a bit tired, but nicely maintained.
For the right itinerary, we would go with Victory Cruise lines again.