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Old July 25th, 2008, 11:37 PM
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Sorry a little late to reply on this topic, however I believe a couple of different factors are crucial in deciding the importance of your dinner seating time.

Firstly are your parents going to force you/do you want to go to formal dinner everynight no matter what time its at, as there are other alternatives such as eating at the windjammer or ordering room service

Is the ship curfew going to be enforced strictly, in this situation this can leave you with only 2 and a half hours after dinner before 1am especially on formal nights

Are your new shipboard friends on first or late sitting, on the summit this past easter, no one was really around between 6 30 and 8 30 but quite often Id go and watch the film on in the cinema.
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