Menu of Activities - Does one exist?


Has anyone seen a grid or schedule for all shipboard activities that are available? I've come across plenty of info on what types of things are available, but it all seems short on details. This makes planning ahead for the dash to register difficult.

Or am I just overthinking it all?

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14 Answers

You got the last part right...every single cruiseline has a "daily" delivered to your cabin, the evening b4. I think you're making yourself nertz...but its ok...its a good nertz....depending on what you're looking to sign up for in advance, you can do most of it at home...just log other folks real reviews, not the glitz the lines put out. especially can spend alot for bummers...


Thank you. This whole thing has been an exercise in letting go. least you're in the right place...seems like theres a bunch of us either cruising or about to...the disease is cure that I know of.

I don't think you're overthinking! I'm a meticulous planner and like to be prepared. Depending on your cruisline, you can find cruise itineraries for similar cruise routes. Simply google the name of the cruise planner (for Royal Caribbean they call it a "cruise compass"), and find your ship and identical itinerary. Generally speaking, they will offer similar (if not exact) opportunities.

Our favorite thing to do is know what type of party will be hosted onboard and dress for it! We are often mistaken for crew!


There are "daily" newletters, but they're presented in a time/list format - you're right, haven't seen a "grid" time of day presentation of the information. Would be easier to review conflicting activities - good project for someone. I use the calendar feature on the on-line cruise planner to look for conflicts of things we want to do.

Looks like this might be a fun side project.

I'm sure someone has cracked the code and they aren't telling.

If I suddenly go missing, it's because I figured it out.

Didn't know Jason Bourne is now amongst us...only HE wouldn't ever admit it heheheheh

Royal Caribbean's App has gotten pretty good at this! Now that they are booking entertainment through the "cruise planner" prior to sailing, you can see all your scheduled activities in the APP (provided your ship supports it), or online. And when you go to book your activities, it will tell you if it conflicts with something you already booked! You can even print out a calendar with time slots to add while on the cruise.

Not the same as a grid of activities... but one step in the right direction

Yep .. used the app on our cruise last Nov and loved it

I think Disney Cruise Line has an app you can use to look at activities that you would need to pre-book. You might want to explore the app/

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