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Old October 17th, 2013, 09:46 AM
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Just wondering what your typical evening is like when aboard ship? The lovely Mrs. Jones (Vita) always select early seating. We usually eat dinner, then she heads for the casino, and I find my usual "front row, center" seat in the theater for the show. After those activities, we usually hit the karaoke bar, and enjoy singing along with our fellow passengers. What's your evening like?

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Great Subject! We too, have settled on early dinner seating long ago,and even if we choose an optional dining venue, we still dine around the same time. After dinner if time, we might head to the casino to lose a few dollars, but if the showis schedulled shortly we head for our seats.. After the show, we shmooze the ships...good night!
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We also do early dinner. After that we usually go to one of the main shows followed by comedy show or possibly go to one of the lounges. We catch all the entertainment there is on board.
I do spend a bit of time in the casino late at night or should I say early in the morning.

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This is a good question. At home I admit I love television after dinner (and I like to snack at night too much).

But cruising is a break from television for the most part - so I tend to linger at dinner (I do enjoy good food and will opt for alternative restaurants over the casual buffet almost any time).

The I try to see the show - and seek out live music if its a band. I do like Karaoke. I am not a person to sit in a lounge and talk to strangers (seems like something a lot of people do).
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We also like dining early but really enjoy the anytime dining so if we had a really tiring day on shore we can choose to rest first then dine. We normally will try to hit the shows then go to the Piano bar or a lounge with music. If the music isn't that good we will hit the casino earlier or go to the hot tub for a nice relaxing evening.

It would be nice if the cruise lines offered some shows, on days at sea, during the afternoon that way there wouldn't be such a hustle with dining and hurrying to see a show.
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Great question....my answer is different due to the fact that since 2004, I've done full charter jazz cruises only and the evening program is geared to the musical performances


We do early (6 pm) seating dinner, and then have a choice of 3 smaller venues (atrium, international lounge, cigar lounge) to catch up and coming artists perform...we then go to the main showroom for the 9 pm performance which will feature two "star" artists doing a 45 minute set each...we then have a choice between 5-7 smaller venues to listen to live jazz...most nights at midnight there is an allstar jam session either in the main showroom or outside on the lido deck..you can also go dancing or parties in about 3 locations and or attend an artist. "listening party" where they debut their new CD, and do pics and autographs..at around 200 am we have the option of catching a jazz related film on the big screen on the lido deck and eat pizza, go to the piano bar or head back to our cabin...an "early" night is consider turning in at 0300

It's really the opposite of a regular cruise..it's easy to spot 1st timers because they burn out by Tuesday and we don't see them until the last night....I usually schedule daily "down" time of 30-45 minutes before dinner so I can stay up late and select an evening about midway in the cruise, to retire to my cabin after the main show and sleep for about 12 straight hours
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DW and I choose the early dining option too. After dinner we usually take in a show and maybe have a drink during the show. After that it's the casino. If there is a show that we've already seen then we go to the Viking Lounge for some music and a nightcap.
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We have become fans of anytime dining. We might grab the comedy show or head to the piano bar. If the showroom has something unique we might attend that. Eventually we end up on our balcony watching the water pass by.
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I am another fan of eating dinner early. After dinner, a nice stroll around the pool deck, before heading to the evening show....Then possibly a trip to the casino or visiting the onboard shops....Then ending the evening, by sitting outside on the balcony and watching stars, listening to the water go by...Nothing like all that fresh, sea air to help you sleep along with the gentle movement of the ship....Then the next day begins....
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We usually congregate in one of the lounges around 6:30pm for cocktails. If we don't already have dinner plans, we will join up with others for dinner. We usually spend two to three hours at dinner; often too late for the show. We will then congregate in a lounge for music and talking or some late night game. My favorite late nights include Liar's Club or scotch tastings.

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We are not ones to linger over dinner so we like it when the meal is served and we are gone in 90 minutes or less, usually the early seating unless we are going to a specialty restaurant. I like live music - it is my favorite entertainment on a ship - so I seek out the bands and especially if there is blues or jazz being played. I used to be quite good playing clarinet and saxophone, so I like groups where those instruments are played. I'll spend the evening listening and sipping some good whiskey (neat), and then head back to the cabin. I am not a night owl though, so it is rare for me to be up and about past midnight. I like to get up early and have coffee as I roam the ship and see it come to life as the sun rises.
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Early Dinner then walk around the ship and up and down the stairs (burn off the dinner calories ) catch the evening show then Dazzles, Boleros and the nightclub for a Grasshopper (or two) and dancing into the wee hours....
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I try to go to the big shows, unless it's a them I don't like, most are pretty good. Sometimes the piano bar, depending on the entertainer, sometimes a quiet spot somewhere with a musician is nice.
The ships that have the big screen by the pool are sometimes a nice choice, depending on the movie, we've enjoyed that a few times. Once I remember going in the hot tub late, but now most pools are closed in the evenings.
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I like my time dining. Depending on the entertainment I might go see a show or go to the casino. I also like to go to the late night comedy. I often take a stroll around the deck before returning back to my room for the evening.

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I like early dining, too. As for things to do in the evening, it's a bit of everything...sometimes a show, sometimes live music, sometimes a little shopping, perhaps a little comedy,and sometimes I go back to the room and read, it all just depends on what I feel like doing and what will be happening the next day. I don't like to stay up too late if we're having a port day the next day. I'm not young any more.
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Cruisequeen...glad to hear you are still dancing this year on our smooth jazz cruise we are having a huge Salsa Dance Party on the lido deck with a band from Miami...I'll take pics for you...last year I learned (or try might be the better expression) to Detroit Ball Room Dance....the most popular morning exercise class was pole dancingbut the instructor would not allow men in the class to take pics

I notice a trend on this post that we all seem to be fans of early 1st seating dinner...is that because we are all getting older and need time to digest our food...on our jazz cruise, first seating sells out quickly (there are no families with children on the charter) but that is, more a function of the concerts...if you have late seating dinner, you go to the early main show at 6 pm and the schedule is so tight there is no time for encores...if you have early seating dinner, then your main concert is at 9 pm and the artists can play as long as they like
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Sandy and I used to do the late dining but now do the early one. We prefer the routine of being "fussed" over that the waitstaff does and "haruumph" of it all. Let them show off! They enjoy it as much as we do receiving it. We will see the main show afterwards and slowly walk the decks, enjoying the quiet afterwards. Our times of dancing the night away and enjoying the liberations of adult drinks have long disappeared. We are usually in bed by 10pm while onboard.
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Well I'm the odd man out as we will be doing the late seating only because on the last cruise we did have the early seating and weren't hungry at 6:00 , we enjoy having the same table mates each night however I would like to try the ATD at some point.

We find ourselves going to a show, having a few drinks, a little karaoke, taking a trip to the casino , a stroll around the ship and then back to our balcony for a while. At some point we go back out have a cocktail and another stroll just to see whats going on and then go back and sit on the balcony until around 2:00 am then off to bed.
I must admit we don't mingle very much that's why we need to cruise with CQ one day.
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Venice, I can only speak for myself, but I need time to digest. And, I need sleep, too. I hate going to a new place and falling asleep on the excursion, which I did one time in Mexico.
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Cruisequeen...glad to hear you are still dancing this year on our smooth jazz cruise we are having a huge Salsa Dance Party on the lido deck with a band from Miami...I'll take pics for you...last year I learned (or try might be the better expression) to Detroit Ball Room Dance....the most popular morning exercise class was pole dancingbut the instructor would not allow men in the class to take pics
Will stop dancing when 1. can't physically dance anymore or 2. am 6 feet under.....which ever comes first...

Glad you are still doing your Jazz cruises!!

Pole dancing is more of a girl thing as is Zumba....I never see a male in the Zumba class.
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I notice a trend on this post that we all seem to be fans of early 1st seating dinner...is that because we are all getting older and need time to digest our food...
Age and having acid reflux and hiatal hernias! It kills both me and my wife if we eat too late, even with the meds we take.

We were invited to dine with the Captain on Enchantment Of The Seas last year, and of course it was at 8:30pm after the second seating guests had already been seated and were well into their second course when we strolled in led by the Captain. I didn't sleep much that night from the indigestion.
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I live in the Central Time Zone, so on my cruise I try to stick to my body clock when eating to keep in timing with my medications....early seating dinner (and skipping dessert) keeps me from being "stuffed" for the busy evening ahead..I do confess to enjoying a slice of pizza and and yogurt ice cream cone at 200 am after the jam session on our way back to the cabin

We have 2 major sail away concerts when we are leaving ports which will feature a major artist on the lido deck at 4 pm...rather then rush back to our cabin to change for dinner in the MDR, we enjoy the lido buffet near the pool in the back of the ship and enjoy the sunset...they usually serve main courses that are served in the MDR..makes for a nice change

CQ...to give you hope, we have several jazz cruisers who are in wheelchairs who dance old school and do the "Dougie" just fine ....you should plan on having a traditional New Orleans Second Line Going Home Parade when it's your time so your family and friends can celebrate your life with dance..I'll do the "Wobble" in your honor

You may be right about no men in Zumba class on the ship...they hold both pole dancing and Zumba in the morning in the disco on full days at sea...maybe I'll try it this cruise
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That night's entertainment will usually decide our evening. If there is a show we want to see than we will do our dinner at a time that fits. Either before or after the show. I love open seating.

It is also dependent on if it is a sea day or a port day. If it is a port day we will eat dinner a bit later, around 7 - 8 p.m.. If we did a lot of activity on shore we may just do dinner, the piano bar or lounge and then an early night. If it is a sea day then, dinner, a show, comedy club and a donation to the casino. Actually, I usually spend at least an hour in casino each night.

I also love the Alchemy bar on Carnival and the Martini Bars on Celebrity. A strong nightcap and usually interesting people make a nice end to the day.

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.I'll do the "Wobble" in your honor
I would like to request that you do the "Cha Cha Slide" instead......The "Wobble" is not one my favorite line dances
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CQ...of course I will honor your request...I check our daily program..we will have Salsa, Belly Dancing, Chicago Stepping, Hand Dancing, Seductive Moves, Reggae, Rhumba, Detroit Ballroom and in honor of our 80's Theme Night, a special class on all the popular dances from the 80's (VH1, Soul Train era)....my neighbor's 5 teenage daughters tell me the Electric Slide is out of fashion and Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is hot right now and they will teach me the basics before I leave so I don't embarass myself (or them)when I attend class on the cruise...we have 6 guest DJ's onboard this year from all the hottest clubs across the Country, so in exchange for the EDM lessons I have to bring them back pics and personalized autographs from all 6..I also had to promise when they all are over 21, I would treat them to this cruise so they can dance all night.....the good news is I still have my suits from the Miami Vice era (I am a Sonny Crockett style fan) and they fit
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We are not ones to linger over dinner so we like it when the meal is served and we are gone in 90 minutes or less, usually the early seating unless we are going to a specialty restaurant. I like live music - it is my favorite entertainment on a ship - so I seek out the bands and especially if there is blues or jazz being played. I used to be quite good playing clarinet and saxophone, so I like groups where those instruments are played. I'll spend the evening listening and sipping some good whiskey (neat), and then head back to the cabin. I am not a night owl though, so it is rare for me to be up and about past midnight. I like to get up early and have coffee as I roam the ship and see it come to life as the sun rises.
Dave, have you been to Maison Bourbon Jazz Club in NOLA? If not, and you are arriving early for your cruise, you might want to check them out. They play great jazz!
As far as early or late we are seniors who prefer late dining. We like to do some dancing before and after dinner, however it seems the cruise lines are getting away from good live music in the evenings. We have mellowed out with age and have pretty much kicked our casino habit.
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Much depends on the cruise line.

One Disney (my last 2/3) cruises ....
-Early Dinner
-Show
-Bars/Clubs/Lounges/Characters

On most other cruises
-Early Dinner
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-Casino (kids go to kid's club).
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.I check our daily program..we will have Salsa, Belly Dancing, Chicago Stepping, Hand Dancing, Seductive Moves, Reggae, Rhumba, Detroit Ballroom and in honor of our 80's Theme Night, a special class on all the popular dances from the 80's (VH1, Soul Train era)...
Wow that is alot of different styles of dance....Sounds like alot of fun.....Gotta love the Soul Train and American Bandstand.

Is Miley Cyrus going to be a special guest teaching cruisers how to "Twerk"
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Is Miley Cyrus going to be a special guest teaching cruisers how to "Twerk"
I'll be there only if she brings her ball with her. Gotta love her outfit in that one...
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