I was going to say that I didn't think they should do that. But then I realized that if you could make you reservations ahead of time, then you wouldn't have to worry about it or waste time on your first day making sure you got up there to get your time in. Also, I guess it makes if more fair as now the best times are not going to get sucked up by those that were able to board early.
Sounds like a good idea. At least to try.
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I was going to suggest CCL should do this as well. It probably wouldn't work for them since they include supper club reservations for platinum members. This should be great for people celebrating a special occasion etc., to be able to reserve ahead of time.
I attempted to make a reservation on their web site, but will have to call instead as their web pages do not even show I have a reserved cruise. I had to call rci to get champagne ordered for our sail a way. The very helpful attendant said their site was not the easiest to navigate. so good luck everyone!
Hi this sounds a great idea. We have booked a 12 night cruise on Explorer, out of New York next March. Does anyone know when the formal nights will be ? Would prefer to try the speciality restaurant on one of the other nights. Thanks