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  • On May 29, 2012
    Kristi from GA Asked

    We are trying to decide between early or later seating for dinner on a Disney Cruise. Do the early dinner people also have to do the (very) early breakfast on the day of debarkation?

    Hi Kristi,

    I've been on several Disney cruises, and I always opt for late dinner seating.  It gives me the option of exploring whichever port we are in for the day, and still come back in time to relax a little and get ready for a fun filled evening.  You would have about 45 minutes to one hour between the show and late seating to get ready if that's what you prefer.  I have noticed that the majority of Guests are ready for the evening by the time they arrive at the second show.  This also allows you some time to stroll through the shops, or enjoy a drink before dinner.  The Guests who are scheduled for the first dinner seating are also scheduled for the early breakfast on the day of debarkation.

    I hope this helps.  Please let me know if you have any other questions. Bon voyage Kristi!
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Meet the Panelist: Marisol, Florida

Magic Kingdom still takes my breath away, but my favorite place to be is on a Disney ship looking at the horizon and breathing in that crisp, clean ocean air!  I love planning Disney vacations for others and making sure it's more than they dreamed. Learn More About Marisol

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