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Wilba - Answered a Question by Thomson (22 May 08 08:47)

NCL is probably the best option. Freestyle Dining, No set times, No set table, just like going to a land based restaurant. Also NCL is in the mid price range. Good Luck & talk to an Agent who knows cruising & can advise to your requirements.

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smith - Answered a Question by Thomson (22 May 08 08:49)

I would try either Thomson, Island or Ocean Village cruises they are very casual in their approach to cruising.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Thomson (22 May 08 09:03)

NCL, or if you have a larger budget Azamara or Seabour.

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Whittle - Answered a Question by Thomson (22 May 08 14:49)

Princess Cruises do both. One restaurant is used for set times and one for anytime dining. You choose which you prefer when making your booking.

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Ward - Answered a Question by Thomson (22 May 08 16:12)

P&O do freedom dining. This allows you to turn up at selected restaurants when you choose and available on Oceana and Ventura.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by Thomson (23 May 08 20:14)

Try island cruises great company cant do enough for you nothing to much trouble for them if you want to eat bye your 2selfes they will get you table for 2 or you can eat in 24/7 beachcombe.

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