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Old 02-09-2007, 09:01 AM
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Hello. I was just curious what the charges were to dine in the restaurants were. Thanks!
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depending on which restaurants you want to eat at. All NCL ships have restaurants that are included in the cost of the cruise. Then there are the speciality restaurants..which cost anywhere from $15.00/pp upwards. Depending on what is served.
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We completed a cruise on the Dawn Dec. 06 and fee's for Cagney's were $20pp;Le Bistro was $15.pp and the Teppanyaki Grill in Bamboo was $20.pp; 2 for 1 dining is possible at Le Bistro and Cagney's-you must book early as this pricing is an early-bird special!

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We completed a cruise on the Dawn Dec. 06 and fee's for Cagney's were $20pp;Le Bistro was $15.pp and the Teppanyaki Grill in Bamboo was $20.pp; 2 for 1 dining is possible at Le Bistro and Cagney's-you must book early as this pricing is an early-bird special!

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So how did that work for you? I think it is very reasonable.
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Chef Ken-We were able to get the reservations we desired with little or no problems-we did go to the Maitre de at each venue to make the reservations as we wanted to personally tour the ship as much as possible. We dined under both the Early Bird specials and the later reservations at full charge. The restaurants were never overly crowded, the meals were excellent and well worth the additional fees. Dining in the regular venues was equally good-we were so pleased with NCL's Dawn and the overall "freestyle" concept we booked a Jan 2008 cruise on the new Gem.
Many experienced cruisers were so pleased with the Dawn cruise that they also rebooked future NCL cruises while aboard. We have 15 cruises to our experience but this was the first time we saw so many rebookings. It was very impressive!

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Chef Ken-We were able to get the reservations we desired with little or no problems-we did go to the Maitre de at each venue to make the reservations as we wanted to personally tour the ship as much as possible. We dined under both the Early Bird specials and the later reservations at full charge. The restaurants were never overly crowded, the meals were excellent and well worth the additional fees. Dining in the regular venues was equally good-we were so pleased with NCL's Dawn and the overall "freestyle" concept we booked a Jan 2008 cruise on the new Gem.
Many experienced cruisers were so pleased with the Dawn cruise that they also rebooked future NCL cruises while aboard. We have 15 cruises to our experience but this was the first time we saw so many rebookings. It was very impressive!

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That is good for NCL, they need good publicity.

Freestyle is not so bad, you can still have a regular table with the same servers at a specific time each night as we did with our group of seven on the Sky. The "Sky" is not so popular now, named Pride of Aloha.
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