A: It depends on what time of year you go. The weeks where there is school vacation will be a little bit more crowded as there will be a lot more kids onboard. Alternatively, if you chose to go at a time where there isn't school vacation, there will b... e less kids and families around and therefore likely less crowded.See More
Answered by broadwaybaby on September 23, 2018
A: What you will find is elegance without being stuffy, good to excellent food without shelling out extra money in a specialty restaurant, good entertainment, being able to get into any show whenever you feel like going, no lines and quiet so that you c... an hear your companion speak.See More
A: Any of the shows by the singers and dancers are good. Comedians were both excellent, especially Carl Banks. "December '63" was my favorite, but since they change ships, I don't know if they're still on The Summit. They were on there as of August 26th... .See More
Answered by broadwaybaby on September 22, 2018
A: Check out 54 Below, a cabaret space with Broadway-style singers
A: Harbor Nights only runs through the end of August, but for anyone considering going next year, it might be a good idea for you to eat on the ship and then catch the Ferry to Hamilton. Harbor Nights takes place right off the pier from the Ferry.
Answered by broadwaybaby on September 24, 2018
A: We ate at Little Venice. It's next to ( near ) Portofinos. Either is an excellent choice. On the other side of the island, I recommend Coconuts at The Reefs.
For more of a pub atmosphere, I have heard the Crown and Anchor (?) is very good.
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