The good news: You won't be assailed by steel-drum bands doing bad Bob Marley covers. Instead, you'll get a jazz band on deck in the afternoon and in the club at night; pianists performing Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael, and other standards at the martini bar before dinner; and an occasional string quartet.
The bad news: That's the high point of the onboard entertainment. Each night, the main show lounge presents a comedian, solo musician, folkloric act, or other guest headliner, but the shows don't have the breadth you'll find on larger vessels. Of course, there also aren't any big, bad Vegas-style song-and-dance revues, and for that we whisper a prayer of thanks.
Other entertainment includes the occasional karaoke session or movies.
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