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I think you're going to have a hard time getting accurate ones, since the Independence is currently on the transatlantic, I believe, and yours will either be the first or second sailing of the new 8-night itinerary.
We're on that sailing also!!! You can check out the roll call to see if we have the menu's posted there; I can't recall. Pretty sure that formal nights are Sunday and Thursday. There is a 6-night sailing that leaves FLL on Dec. 6, and then it's our turn!
Carnival Fantasy 1996 Golden Princess 2002 Golden Princess 2003 Serenade of the Seas 2004 Adventure of the Seas 2005 Crown Princess 2006 Liberty of the Seas 2008 Independence of the Seas 2009 Explorer of the Seas 2010 Oasis of the Seas 2011 Oasis of the Seas 2012 Allure of the Seas 2013
Allure of the Seas 2014
Some of us cruising after you are very anxious to see those also.
Like the PP said the 12/12 is the first one so any planning you could do would have to be off of last years' Compasses. I saw a set somewhere from one of last Nov's 8 night Easterns but the itinerary is totally different so those don't even help.
If you could bring them back and post them for us I would be eternally grateful!
Disney Fantasy 10-25-14
Oasis of the Seas 11-9-13
Carnival Breeze 5-5-13
Disney Fantasy 9-22-12
Allure of the Seas 9-18-11
Disney Magic 10-30-10
Independence of the Seas 1-23-10
Disney Magic 9-27-08
Disney Wonder 10-4-07
Disney Wonder 3-18-07
56 Days at sea and counting...
Last edited by nenner1; November 29th, 2009 at 04:47 PM.
Thanks for the info. Do you know if I can/or need to reserve tickets for any of the shows or ice shows? I read somewhere you can but I am not sure if that is for Oasis only?
Definitely not ahead of time. At one point on Freedom-class ships, you needed to pick up tickets to the ice show at a predetermined time on-board (I think it was usually the morning of the first sea day, in the promenade). I think this has been discontinued (ie you can just show up now), but keep an eye on your compass just in case. The production shows you definitely won't need tickets for.
We were on the Freedom on Nov. 8th and we had to pick up tickets beginning at 9:00AM the following day on deck 5 in front of Sorrentos. We showed up around 8:30 which was perfect timing before the line got too long.