Hi, 24 years ago (1996) we first sailed on Song of America in a tiny inside cabin. A small ship with a great Crow’s Nest bar and great food and a fun vibe. The food was more than great - on lobster night, the waiter served a whole lobster and cracked it for us at the table - yummy! We sailed to Bermuda, 3 years in a row, because we loved S of A and Bermuda so much - but especially the Crow’s Nest with its waiter who served hot delicious hors d’ouvres. In June 1997, we sat in the CN during a tropical storm and enjoyed watching massive waves lap the pool deck as we sailed. During the rough seas, the dining room was quite empty and paper bags were available at every elevator station. We have sailed many cruises since but Song of America remains our favorite ship - no bells - no whistles - no slides or ice skating - just a great tiny ship with a great crew and great food and Bermuda! We are sailing to Bermuda this year on The Empress which is small enough to dock in St. George and Hamilton. As Mark Twain famously said, “. ...Heaven.” See you there!