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Hi everyone! I have never cruised RCL, so pardon me if this is a oft-asked question.

 

I’ve seen varying reports, but how far out can shows, specialty dining, and spa experiences be booked?

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It varies......sometimes it’s been around the 90 day mark and on some cruises I have been able to book a lot earlier.

 

You just have to keep checking your cruise planner to see if it’s opened up.

 

Have a wonderful cruise!!

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In general 90 days out but it can be as little as 45 days or as much as 120+ days out.

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Its worth joining roll call as someone usually posts when bookings are open.

As previously .mentioned. it can be any time and not everything is available at the same time.

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Hi everyone! I have never cruised RCL, so pardon me if this is a oft-asked question.

 

I’ve seen varying reports, but how far out can shows, specialty dining, and spa experiences be booked?

Hi, Amanda. Welcome to Cruise Critic.

 

It is random and unpredictable. Those three things are actually likely to appear at different times.

 

Spa bookings will probably open first. Then dining. Then shows.

 

When is your cruise, and on which ship?

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Hi, Amanda. Welcome to Cruise Critic.

 

 

 

It is random and unpredictable. Those three things are actually likely to appear at different times.

 

 

 

Spa bookings will probably open first. Then dining. Then shows.

 

 

 

When is your cruise, and on which ship?

 

 

 

Hi! We are cruising February 10, 2019 on Oasis of the Seas. :)

 

 

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Oasis is one of our favorite ships - you'll love her! So much to do and almost never feels crowded. You'll definitely want to book all the entertainment shows ahead of time - like other posters said, keep checking your cruise planner, especially as you approach the 90 day mark. The entertainment for our NYE cruise opened up the end of July. That's unusually early, probably b/c it's a holiday sailing.

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Entertainment on our up coming oasis cruise was listed about 5 months before , all ships smaller than oasis class has nothing that can be reserved.

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Entertainment on our up coming oasis cruise was listed about 5 months before , all ships smaller than oasis class has nothing that can be reserved.

All ships smaller than Quantum class that is.

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We are also first-time cruisers on RCCL. The best advice we received was to check our cruise planner each day. It really helped me in that I had to book reservations for three other couples. To my surprise, the reservations opened much, much sooner then the advertized ninety days out!

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