But that wasn't the worst of it. The theaters held around 1,000 people - but there were over 2000 on the ship, so if we wanted to get a seat and see the show, we would have to get there 30-45 minutes early. sometimes up to 1 hour just to get a seat. We did sign up for traditional dining and thought maybe we should sign up for anytime dining so that could meet more people.We cancelled our traditional dining reservations. We came to find out that anytime dining actually means - Anytime you can get up at 8 am and make reservations for dinner three days in advance, then you can get a seat. My suggestion is to make reservation for traditional dining, even if you decide to try the anytime dining go for it. Don't cancel your traditional dining reservations.
The ship didn't seem to have all that much to do. They did have a lawyer than gave some talks about the law (which was interesting) and a woman who talked about the Hawaiian Islands that was good as well). Other types of activities were limited.