Hi there! Why haven't you registered yet?? You are missing out on our FAMOUS Roll Call forums, where you can meet other cruisers sailing with you and share a tour or shore excursion and SAVE MONEY! Register Now!
I figured out how to feel comfortable eating at the specialty venue. Mystery Dinner, better then bringing a book.
If you don't like dining alone and they have a sushi bar, it's another good option. You can watch them make sushi and maybe even have a little chat with the Chef (sometimes the people near you will also get in the conversation and you'll have dining companion).
HAL Maasdam, June 14, 2014 with a sweet lady roomate
NCL Pearl, November 5, 2013 solo
NCL Gem, November 25, 2012 with my parents and Bridge Group
HAL Maasdam, May 14, 2011 with a Sweet Lady Roomate
NCL Jewel, November 14, 2010 with my Bridge Group
NCL Gem, January 13, 2010, with a roomate
NCL Jewel, October 30, 2009, with DBF
Cunard QM2, B2B Crossing, AUG. 7, 2008, Solo
NCL Spirit, February 10, 2007, with my sister-in-law
NCL Spirit, September 24, 2006, solo
NCL Dawn, December 2003, with a friend
When I was on the Explorer of the Seas in September, I looked forward to signing up for the murder mystery dinner. For some reason, they decided not to have one on that cruise. I don't know why.
I participated in two murder mystery dinners on NCL. I had a great time the first time. The second time, I found out that the scenario was the same as the first time, and I remembered all the twists and turns and even who the guilty party was, so that wasn't much fun. And now they're charging for the murder mystery dinner on NCL. No, thank you, especially if it will be the same scenario.
I was really sorry they didn't have one on the Explorer. I kept looking for information about the sign-up, and every day I told myself that maybe it would be there the following day, and eventually I had to conclude that TPTB had decided not to have one. I guess they thought they had a good reason, but I have no idea what it was.