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Wilba - Answered a Question by collins (05 Jan 09 10:54)

I have not done 'My Time' but have looked at the scenario. You can book a table between 6.30 & 9.30pm by telephone or, I understand you can make a block reservation at single set time for the whole cruise. Tables are limited so booking through your T/A is recommended or alternatively take pot luck once boarded for availability. The other point to note is that gratuities must be paid up front to receive this service. I decided it was not for me as I couldn't be bothered phoning on a daily basis. Good Luck ....Wilba.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by collins (04 Jan 09 16:41)

We always go for 2nd sitting so we can relax when you return to the ship, but once committed you can't easily change, but I do know some who did on the odd occasion but you would have to decide 1st or 2nd then hope you could do a swap on certain days and this is something you would have to ask the maitre'd about. There other option is you dine away from the main restuarant on those days.

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collins - Answered a Question by collins (05 Jan 09 18:10)

Many thanks for comments, will probably stick to set dinning first sitting and miss couple of nights.

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Griffiths - Answered a Question by collins (07 Jan 09 00:05)

Hi, we sailed with R.C. in Sept 2008 and had 'my time dining' we found it gave us more freedom of when and where we ate. You can pre-book your meal for anytime between 6.30-9.30pm before boarding or daily. We often just called in to the dining room when ready to eat and were never refused. However some evenings we just chilled out and ate @less rich' food/meals in the fabu;ous Windjammer cafe. Whatever you choose have a fab holiday.

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