Sliver Castaway Remy/Palo Dinner Booking


Earning My Ears
Jun 1, 2019
Going on a 4 Night Dream Cruise at the end of April post spring break crowds. This is my second DCL cruise. What are the chances that I will be able to book online Remy for Night 2 and Palo on Pirate Night 3 or vice versa?

Also, are "dressy sandals" (not flip fops) allowed at Remy and/or Palo?


DIS Veteran
Sep 8, 2015
I did a 4 night Dream this year at the end of May a week after my kids got out of school. When our Silver booking opened, not only were every day available for Remy and Palo brunch and dinner, but every time slot was available also. Only thing that was not available were the Cabanas. When the first timer booking opened, all of the tastings and sports deck simulator times went the first day, but there were still some Remy and Palo times avaialable 2 weeks out.

While some cruises (especially cruises that attract a lot of repeat cruisers) can sell out quickly, hopefully you will have good luck on a cruise like this that attracts more first timers.

I'll defer to others with regard to "dressy sandals" since I THINK I know the answer but am not completely sure.


This will be my greatest performance!
Dec 23, 2017
Yeah, unless you're platinum or concierge, your chances of getting a cabana is very, very small. Still, it does happen.

OP, your chances of getting Palo / Remy aren't bad. But you definitely don't want to wait around to book them. I'd book them on your opening day and make sure you get the slot you want.

And yes, dressy sandals are fine.
  • lilsonicfan

    <font color=teal>The TF knows Canada VERY well!!<b
    Jan 20, 2003
    Even as a first time cruiser, there were tons of Palo and Remy dinner reservation slots available. I suspect Remy will almost always be available given the substantial price increase.

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