Just returned from our wonderful 55 night Amazon Grand Tour cruise. We loved the ship, it had a good promenade deck so that you can do your daily exercise, lovely sun decks with plenty of loungers, quiet areas, good fun sailaway parties, Gala nights, varied choice of activities to keep you entertained on sea days, really interesting guest speakers, and some good entertainment in the evenings. There was a wide choice of restaurants although we only used the buffet (Horizon) and waiter service (Medina). Great choice of food for breakfast, lunch and dinner and wonderful range of salads for when the waistline started to expand. The waiters/crew were always cheerful, friendly and incredibly helpful for those with mobility needs. Yes, some of the carpets and chairs in the buffet restaurant might have been a little stained - but it's the customers who dropped the food! Anyway, the ship is going in for a refurb shortly so these will be replaced. The cabin was spacious, had loads of storage space for clothes, etc., tea/coffee/biscuits topped up twice a day, TV a bit old and limited choice of channels. Internet was very slow and £12.50 a day which is always a major bugbear for cruisers. Ship's library was great, had 4 computer terminals and a printer, and also had DVDs you could borrow (but you either needed to have your own computer or a Suite to play these). All in all, an excellent cruise, well done P&O, we'll certainly be booking more holidays.