From: gmbeasley on 27 Jul 2010 19:44
When we were on Grandeur of the Seas it was all fixed dining. We have
a cruise next year on Enchantment out of Baltimore, and our invoice
says 'early dining'. But when I went to pre-register, all there is
listed is the anytime dining option. The website also encourages us
to register for the extra price restaurants, but I can't really find
any available. I don't know if that's because there aren't any (there
were none on GOTS) or if it is because you can't register this early.
They also have quite a few ports where there are no excursions listed.
The website makes if very difficult to tell what activity level the
excursions are unless you look at each one individually. So the only
one I've signed up for is whale watching, which I'm pretty sure I can
From: Charles on 27 Jul 2010 20:26
In article <ugru465r27lpqruav0bmj5nmfgpo9t4u27(a)4ax.com>,
> The website also encourages us to register for the extra price
> restaurants, but I can't really find any available. I don't know if
> that's because there aren't any (there were none on GOTS) or if it is
> because you can't register this early.
Likely it is too early. Enchantment of the Seas is not exactly like
Grandeur of the Seas. It was stretched a few years ago. Pretty sure
they added an extra price restaurant. I think it is the steakhouse,
From: Surfer E2468 on 28 Jul 2010 17:13
We re sailing on ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS in 4 weeks,will let you know
how the dining is when we return sept 4th.
surfer e 2468
From: Surfer E2468 on 29 Jul 2010 16:57
We are doing the 9 day eastern caribbean,probably will not even get off
the ship since we have been to all the ports many times. it is just
that we want to get away from all the problems of life for a couple