Where to begin ? - This cruise was aimed at anyone over the age of 75 - so being in my early 40's this came as a massive shock (disembarkation in Montreal there were 75 wheelchairs) The food, entertainment, library, drinks etc - all aimed at the retirement market.
The ship was tatty and in need of painting, refurnishing and a really good clean.
The staff (mainly Indonesian) should be taught a conversational command of English (that way they could understand dietry requirements a little better - try explaining to someone who doesn't speak English why a Jew cannot eat pork and expect to receive a meal not containing any pork products -not easy).
Our cabin steward was very poor - cabin dirty from previous occupants (hair in the bath and empty soda cans under the bed!!) and in the two weeks we were on board, the room was not dusted - we complained to the front desk without success.
The food, in general, was appalling - poor choice, poor quality and always lukewarm.
Never again ....