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Old 01-09-2006, 05:11 PM
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Hello everyone! My fiance and I are planning a Nov. 2006 cruise for our honeymoon. I have cruised with Carnival once before and I know they have group seating. Would it be possible to request a table for two at the main seating, or do you always have to sit in a group? Being that it is our honeymoon we would rather sit alone! TIA.
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Old 01-09-2006, 09:18 PM
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You didn't say what ship you're sailing, but most ships have limited numbers of tables for 2. The earlier you request it, the better. Makes sure they know it's a honeymoon.

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Old 01-09-2006, 10:32 PM
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So true Sandy about requesting early. Or even a table for 4 is not bad. On our first cruise we had a table for 6 but only the Rabi and his wife showed up. I had never met two people that were so fun to be with. At some point during the cruise you may want table mates. You can always go to the speciality diners for the romantic dinners. And have a small table as a back up in the main dining room.
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Old 01-10-2006, 02:28 AM
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Tables for two are very limited. So ask for it when you book and say, thats your honeymoon.

Otherwise you have to talk to the Maitre Dī after you checked in and aks him about a table for two.
but it can be very difficult.

We tried to get a table for four persons, and it was not possible. But at least we had wonderful tablemates and enjoyed every dinner with them.

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Old 03-11-2006, 08:57 PM
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Voyager class ships tend to have more 2's and 4's based on my observations than the Radiance class ships. Go to the dinning room as soon as you board, ask to see your table (check out the location and number of people) then get in line to speak to a head waiter to ask for another if you don't like it. They can tell you the ages of the people assigned to your table, where they are from, etc. We have done the table for 2 thing, and it is fine, but if you luck out and have some fun people, then you will have a great time. Also, have your agent request a small table (you can state a preference in the booking record for small vs. large).
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Old 03-12-2006, 12:38 PM
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My wife and I just got off of the Legend yesterday and the windjammer restraunt up forward is open during dinner. Although they do not bring the food to you like the main dining room, it is VERY intimate and you can sample everything without forced conversation. They say it is a new thing for RCI and we did it all but one night.
BTW, the food is exceptional!!
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