• On Aug 9, 2018
    Danielle from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Last time we had a private table but this cruise we are interested in having tablemates. We have 2nd Seating on the Magic. Can we request to sit with other adults? Can we switch tables if we end up feeling uncomfortable sitting with others?

    Hello Danielle,

    Thanks for sailing by!  Disney Cruise Line will actually do its best to match similar dining groups together, and therefore, adults sailing with no children are generally paired with other adults, and families will be seated with other families.  It is highly likely, therefore, that your request will be met with no effort on your part.  However, I recommend that after your book your Disney Cruise Line voyage that you call (800) 951-3532 and make your specific dining preferences, so that every effort is made to accommodate your request.  My family, like yours has dined alone and with other passengers, and have thoroughly enjoyed both.  We still keep in regular contact with some of the families we have shared our wonderful Disney Cruise Line dinners with years after we disembarked.  Regarding whether changing your dining table after once onboard, you could certainly make the request if you chose to do so, and the crew members will work to accommodate you.  In this case, changes might be more difficult once table assignments are made, however, again, in my experience Disney Cruise Line will work to accommodate passenger requests.  When you embark, there will be a time and location in your Personal Navigator that provides information on how to make table change requests.

     I hope you have a wonderful trip!
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