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Hello, we will be taking a 20-day cruise in a Concierge Level Veranda on the Marina.  How many specialty reservations will we have?  I am hoping more than the standard 1 per restaurant since this is a longer cruise.  

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9 minutes ago, skiladyldp said:

Hello, we will be taking a 20-day cruise in a Concierge Level Veranda on the Marina.  How many specialty reservations will we have?  I am hoping more than the standard 1 per restaurant since this is a longer cruise.  

Look at "dining" in your online Oceania account for this cruise and you'll see what is your allowance for that ship.

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This is from my Marina booking for July 2020

 

"Your 22-Day Voyage in a Veranda Stateroom (B4) offers you 2 reservations per restaurant in Jacques, Polo Grill, Red Ginger and Toscana."

 

If you have booked, log in to "My Account", then  "Manage This Booking" and look under "dining"

 

Walter

 

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Flatbush Flyer yep, I checked the dining tab and that gave me the answer.  Thank you, everyone.

Your 20-Day Voyage in a Concierge Level Veranda (A3) offers you 1 reservation per restaurant in Jacques, Polo Grill, Red Ginger and Toscana

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These are the "rules":

Making Specialty Restaurant Reservations:

In order to Reserve Online, the Booking must be paid in full.
-The Online Dining Reservation System closes out at 7 days prior to each sailing's embarkation date.


For All Vessels:
-Owner's, Vista and Oceania Suites may make reservations at 90 days out until 7 days prior to embarkation.
Penthouse Suites may make reservations at 75 days out until 7 days prior to embarkation.
Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms may make reservations at 60 days out until 7 days prior to embarkation.
Veranda, Ocean View and Inside Staterooms may make reservations at 45 days out until 7 days prior to embarkation.

Number of Reservations, Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, Sirena:
Owner's Suite, Vista Suite, Penthouse Suite and Concierge Level Veranda
0-7 Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant
8-17 Sailing Days: 2 reservations at each restaurant
18+ Sailing Days: 3 reservations at each restaurant
Veranda, Ocean View and Inside Stateroom
0-7 Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant
8-17 Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant
18+ Sailing Days: 2 reservations at each restaurant

Number of Reservations, Marina and Riviera:
Owner's Suites, Vista Suites, Oceania Suites
0-7 Sailing Days: 1 reservation at each restaurant
8-17 Sailing Days: 2 reservations at each restaurant
18+ Sailing Days: 3 reservations at each restaurant
Penthouse Suites
0-7 Sailing Days: 1 reservation at each restaurant
8-17 Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant
18+ Sailing Days: 2 reservations at each restaurant
Concierge Level Veranda, Veranda, Ocean View and Inside Stateroom
0-7 Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant
8-17 Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant
18+ Sailing Days: 1 reservations at each restaurant 
<--This  is the category which the OP' falls under


All reservations have a maximum of 8 guests per table.

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Posted (edited)

Keep in mind that if you are flexible on reservation time and sharing with others, you can book an additional reservation for that evening by talking with the dining reservations person on deck 5.  Works particularly well when in port for long stays at popular shore ports like Monte Carlo and Livorno.

Edited by CintiPam

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On 6/14/2019 at 4:51 PM, CanEcosse said:

This is from my Marina booking for July 2020

 

"Your 22-Day Voyage in a Veranda Stateroom (B4) offers you 2 reservations per restaurant in Jacques, Polo Grill, Red Ginger and Toscana."

 

If you have booked, log in to "My Account", then  "Manage This Booking" and look under "dining"

 

Walter

 

Is this a B2B or a Grand Voyage? 

 

According to what has been posted you should have only 1 per restaurant.

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From the Oceania site:

 

https://oceaniacruises.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360005477653-How-many-dining-reservations-am-I-allowed-in-each-specialty-restaurant-

 

If it a true b2b, it would  count as 2 cruises, so 2 guaranteed reservations, one for each cruise.  If it's a Grand Voyage, as it was explained to me by my TA,  you get the same amenities as a b2b: 2 reservations.

 

So I interpret the link as applying to a single continuous cruise that is neither b2b or a GV.

Edited by 1985rz1

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1 each per reservation.

But,  you can go as many times at specialty restaurants if there are cancelled reservations.  You just show up at the Maitre D desk on the evening you want, and maybe you will get lucky.

Edited by Kingofcool1947

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52 minutes ago, ORV said:

Is this a B2B or a Grand Voyage? 

 

According to what has been posted you should have only 1 per restaurant.

This  Buenos Aires to Lima 2021 on the Marina.  

Edited by skiladyldp
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2 minutes ago, skiladyldp said:

This  Buenos Aires to Lima 2021.

Is that yours or CanEcosses? 

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6 minutes ago, skiladyldp said:

This  Buenos Aires to Lima 2021.

It's a 20 day voyage, neither b2b nor GV.  So 1 seems to be the correct answer.  Was your 22 day July 2020 voyage a b2b or GV?  That would explain the difference.

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4 hours ago, Kingofcool1947 said:

You just show up at the Maitre D desk on the evening you want, and maybe you will get lucky.

This is strongly discouraged by management. The place to get extra reservations is at the desk designed for that purpose on the day the reservation is desired (deck 5 atrium on O class ships and starboard side of Terrace Cafe on R class ships)

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