Royal Caribbean Cancels Dynamic Dining Plans for Rest of Fleet

After introducing Dynamic Dining on the Quantum of the Seas, and subsequent changes to the program, and delays on introducing it on Oasis and Allure, Royal Caribbean International has confirmed the innovative dining program will not be introduced on the rest of its fleet.

“The revolutionary Dynamic Dining concept was created for Royal Caribbean International’s newest and most technologically advanced Quantum-class ships. It has been decided not to introduce the Dynamic Dining concept to the rest of the fleet, which was not specifically designed to support it, although previously announced for Oasis Class ships,” said the line in a statement sent to travel agents.

Plans to launch the program on Harmony are also gone, meaning guests sailing on the ship will revert back to the company’s two seating times in the main dining room, or the My Time Dining option.

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