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1. What are different meal seatings?
diningSome ships' dining rooms can accommodate all passengers in one seating. But, most ships have two seatings which differ only by time. To choose, just decide whether you prefer to dine early or later then have us request your preference when you book. Whichever seating you choose, remember that one of the best ways to make new friends is to ask for a large table.
2. Can I have seconds?
Everything you've ever heard about cruise ship dining is true. You'll find a varied selection of entrees (appetizers, salads, soups, vegetables and desserts, too) every time you sit down. And there's virtually no limit on what or how much you can order. Best of all, the one thing you'll never see on a cruise ship menu is a price!
3. Will I gain weight?
Not if you don't want to! In addition to low calory or physical fitness menu selections, you'll have ample opportunities to stay fit. You can jog, work out in the gym, join in aerobics, swim, golf, play tennis and much more.
4. Can I get a special diet?
Most ships can accommodate salt-free, low-carbohydrate, Kosher, or other diet preferences. This request must be made in advance. So be sure to advise us of this requirement when you book your cruise.
5. What if I don't like my table mates?
Rarely is this a problem. However, if you wish to move to another table, speak with the maitre d'. He'll make every effort to seat you with more compatible dining companions...discreetly and politely.
6. Are there non-smoking areas?
Today, virtually all ships have smoking and nonsmoking tables and/or sections in the dining rooms and lounges. If you want your dining table in a non-smoking area, just let us know. On board, in open seating situations, you can advise your waiter or the maitre d'.
7. What about tipping?
Tipping is, of course, a matter of individual preference. But there are guidelines. A general rule of thumb is to plan for about $2.50 to $3.00 per person per day for your room steward and dining room waiter, and about half that amount for your busboy. Other shipboard personnel can be tipped for special services at your discretion.
8. Can we celebrate a special day?
Absolutely! Most cruise lines will even treat you to a complimentary cake and a chorus of "Happy Whatever" to honor the occasion. Your birthday or anniversary can be more festive with champagne, flowers, canapes, wine or cheese. You can even arrange for a special private party. All you have to do is let us know in advance and we'll make the arrangements.

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