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Old 03-09-2013, 06:32 AM   #1
moosecrouse
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Question about Palo?

I have only sailed on the classic ships and love Palo. On our 8 nt NYC I was able to do brunch 3x & dinner 2x. LOL. Yes, I enjoy it that much.
Will be doing a 7 nt on the Fantasy next and would again be interested in multiple seatings for Palo. My question is how large is the dining room on the Dream class ships? Obviously the ships themselves are larger (more passengers) but because the Dream class also have Remy I was wondering if the Palo dining room is roughly the same size?
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:16 AM   #2
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Slightly larger on the Dream/Fantasy. The Magic/Wonder Palo restaurants seat 130 people, the larger ships 152 people.

They feel about the same when you are there, just a slightly different layout. Really different setup for lunch, the buffet on the larger ships isn't centrally located but is at the far end of the restaurant from the entrance.
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