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NCL Sky...when can we book specialty restaurants?


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You can start booking as soon as you get on board. Check your Freestyle daily for the location of the reservations desk or the phone number for reservations.

The number of days in advance you are allowed to book is a function of your Latitudes status (you won't be a member until you complete your first NCL cruise) and your stateroom category. (Those in suites can book further in advance than those in balcony cabins, who can book further in advance than the remaining passengers.)

 

Yes, the specialty restaurants can fill up quickly, although sometimes they have room for walk ups who don't have a reservation.

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Last time I was on NCL (Dawn and Pearl not Sky) they were taking reservations near the enterence to the buffett as soon as we boarded. You could make a reservation for that night and the next night. If you are staying in a suite you can make reservations for the whole cruise as soon as you board through the concierge. (this is one of my favorite suite perks b/c I find getting up early to make reservations each day very annoying)

 

We did find that the resturants booked up for peak times, especially the cheaper ones (Mexican and Italian) and Tempanaki. On our cruise over Easter last year people were standing in line at the reservation desk before it opened. If your times are flexable you have a better chance of getting the resturant you want.

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Hello from newbie NCL'er...

 

We are doing a 3-day Sky in April and we would like to book all 3 restaurants with a cover fee. When can we do this, and is it feasible or do they book up fast?

 

Any help appreciated!

 

If you haven't already, come on over and join our roll call for this cruise.

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If you are balcony or above you can make them 48 hours in advance. if Suite all week and if OV or Inside 24 hours in advance. They will have a booth when you get on board. you can also do it from the phone in your cabin.

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