who has gone on a rocky and the Roller cruise

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Old 03-15-2015, 10:20 AM
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I want to a book a cruise but wonder if you can still do the ship shows as well as the rocky and the roller shows? What is the better dining time to see and do the most? how do they identify you and let you in to the venue? Are the rooms they put you in big enough for all the people? Any information would be helpful.

Old 03-16-2015, 10:51 AM
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Went on R&R cruise in 2013. Had a great time. R&R try to schedule events that do not conflict with other ship entertainment. However, that is not always possible. For instance on the last night, we skipped R&R to see the Farewell ship show. We ate early seating and found that the best for us. On our cruise R&R ate at that time too. AAA tries to seat all R&R diners in the same area. Because of early eating, we missed some of the cocktail hour bar lounge entertainment with some of the other guest R&R entertainer, i.e. Little Peggy March (RIP). The venues are large enough. Wrist bands get you into the venue. You get a packet from AAA for the cruise with the wrist band and R&R schedule. GO Have Fun. Recommend!
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Yes you will still be able to do whatever else you want on the cruise.
We always do the late seating on vruises, usualy 8 PM. It allows one time to do what they want all day and have time to get ready for dinner. The big shows are done twice per evening to accomodate the early and late dining participants.

You will have a cruise card that is issued as you board that is your room key, ID card and charge card while on board. It is needed to get off and get back on the ship.

The Rocky and Rollers venues will only be a part of your cruise experience and you will have plenty of time for other activities.
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