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All, I'm sailing on the Breeze next May and I noticed on this itinerary that we get into a couple of ports, later than usual (St. Thomas 11:30, Grand Turk 12:00).   With the later arrivals, can anyone tell me if breakfast will served in one of the main dining rooms those days.  Thanks!

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Breakfast is served every day in the MDR. Either regular breakfast menu or brunch menu on seadays. 

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As JaxsMama said, breakfast is always served in the MDR, although I believe on port days it is a slightly different menu.
We always eat in the MDR for breakfast as it seems more relaxing.

 

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10 hours ago, Chervil said:

As JaxsMama said, breakfast is always served in the MDR, although I believe on port days it is a slightly different menu.
We always eat in the MDR for breakfast as it seems more relaxing.

 

I have to ask because your signature mentions Breeze is your favorite ship..... why do you like it so much?  I have the Breeze booked for a family cruise in December, so would like to hear what you think.

 

Thanks!

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We sailed the Breeze last month and the dining room is open every day, Sea day brunch on sea days. The food was a lot better in the dining room, we didn’t like the buffet much. Always ridiculous lines.

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Is the regular breakfast faster than the Sea Day Brunch?  Brunch is soooo slow we feel like we have wasted the whole morning just to eat.  Went once and refuse to go back.  The time we did brunch  and slow dinner, it felt like we did nothing but sit in the dining room

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10 minutes ago, moondog73 said:

Is the regular breakfast faster than the Sea Day Brunch?  Brunch is soooo slow we feel like we have wasted the whole morning just to eat.  Went once and refuse to go back.  The time we did brunch  and slow dinner, it felt like we did nothing but sit in the dining room

To me it's just as slow but they do offer a port day Express option that is supposed to get you in and out in 25 minutes.  It's oj, eggs, bacon, sausage and bread/pastry.  I've never tried it.

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So for us the dining room breakfast and Sea Day brunch was fast, almost too fast. They were wanting to take the order almost right after we sat down. Funny how we all have different experiences.

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On 3/20/2019 at 7:55 AM, Chervil said:

I believe on port days it is a slightly different menu.

 

 

It's a lot different, ones a full brunch, breakfast and lunch items. The MDR breakfast ends at 9 and is a breakfast menu.

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22 hours ago, flwinejunkie said:

I have to ask because your signature mentions Breeze is your favorite ship..... why do you like it so much?  I have the Breeze booked for a family cruise in December, so would like to hear what you think.

 

Thanks!

The size of the ship seems to be just about right.
We sailed Vista a few months ago and it is almost "too" big.

Prefer the way some of the lounges are set up and the flow seems easier for walking around.
 

We like the layout of the atrium with the glass elevators and the way the balcony areas look over (We weren't fans of the digital funnel on the Vista).
The forward theatre area is also nice and you don't have quite as many "blind spots" as you do on ships like the Vista.

Of course, one of the main reasons we liked it was the Tandoor Indian spot, but they took that out in favor of a pay-to-play fish and chips location.

 

We sailed both the Dream and the Breeze and really like that layout, although the Breeze just seems to be a nicer ship.

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