Traditional Dining - Late seating and shows

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#1
Washington state
23 Posts
Joined Feb 2006
I'm wondering if all the shows start early, and whether we will miss them with our late seating choice?

Sue
#2
San Francisco Bay Area
12,295 Posts
Joined Apr 2004
What ship will you be on?
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#4
KC area
1,052 Posts
Joined Mar 2001
We always have late seating - and go to most of the shows. We have never had any difficulty getting a seat either (like I have heard others say). Maybe the shows after the early seating are busier!
#5
Connecticut
200 Posts
Joined Oct 2000
On the Coral -- how is the seating for the "late" show, like Sue, have late traditional seating & have read that there are seating issues on the Coral.
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#7
KC area
1,052 Posts
Joined Mar 2001
No "seating issues" for us with late show. We were on the Island - same "coral class" ship. Of course, everything depends on the particular cruise you are on. You may have a large group of people that only want to go to the "late shows". But like I said, so far we have never had any difficulty.