Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by Topscot, Dec 27, 2010.
Does anyone have the recent dining rotations for the 7 night Western?
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Not quite sure what you mean by recent rotations? You're going to start in one of the three, and then go to the others on the next days. APL is the normal direction and I don't think it's changed. You might want to rephrase your question?
Are you looking for what events are on what nights? Otherwise, your rotation will be individual to you (and the folks in the same restaurant as you of course) so there isn't really much more information to give?
Do you mean the order that we rotated through the dining room?
We were on the Dec 11 7 night Western Cruise.
We were 5 adults.
Our rotation went like this:
We were at the early seating 5:45pm.
They deviated from what was on our Key cards which was APLLAPL.
Not sure of the reasoning other than they switched the Pirate night from Cozumel night to Grand Cayman night.
We were on the Nov. 27 Western and were PLAAPLA. We had late seating and two kids, age 8 and 2.
Sorry, I thought my question was quite clear, since in the FAQ section, it states that the dining rotations were:
7 day Western Cruises [rotation confirmed for 8/22/09 cruise]
LAPPLAP 5:45 and 8:15
APLLAPL 5:45 and 8:15
PLAAPLA 5:45 and 8:15
Obviously, APL is not the normal direction, since they offer 3 different rotations.
I was wondering if they were still set up this way, since this was for the 8/22/09 cruise.
If they switch the Pirate night, I guess there is no sense in requesting a certain dining rotation then?
Thanks very much for answering. I wonder why they have you eat in a restaurant 2 times in a row. Was Formal night still on the 3rd night?
I'm not sure how much difference it makes where you "start" in the dining room rotation.
I don't know why they switched the Pirate night? It might have had something to do with the weather forecast If they expected a problem on one night maybe they decided to do it on a different night in order to ensure that they could do the fireworks.
We had formal night on the 3rd night of the cruise, which was the first sea day.
Yes, formal night was on the third night, and we repeated the restaurant from that night the next. I would guess because the formal night was a special menu, and then you would have the first rotational menu in that same restaurant the next night. Not sure why your pirate night was switched. Was there a weather issue. Our cruise was quite rough on pirate night and the captain veered off course to get to a place where they could do the show and fireworks.
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