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- What are my dining options?
- During the day, there are many different places to eat such as in the formal dining room, on deck, in a pizzeria, at an espresso bar, and more. At night, most ships offer several options. Some ships' dining rooms can accommodate all guests at one time. This is called a "seating." Many ships offer you a choice of several seating times. Others encourage you to dine whenever you want. More traditional ships have two seatings in their formal dining rooms which differ only by time, typically 6:00pm and 8:30pm. To choose, just decide whether you prefer to dine early or late — then have your Skipping Town broker request your preference when you book your cruise. Recently, several lines have expanded the dining options on board to allow passengers even more flexibility. Passengers of many ships can choose to dine at night someplace other than the formal dining room, such as in an intimate restaurant that features, for example, Italian, Chinese, Japanese or Southwestern cuisine. Note that some of these can often cost extra and some require a nominal cover charge as well. Of course there is always room service!