This FAQ is for JoCo Cruise-specific inquiries. For general cruising advice, there is a wealth of resources already available online. http://www.CruiseCritic.com is highly recommended.
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There are many options for dining:
Main Dining Room: Most days, there will be two dinner seatings:
On these nights, dinner is “Open Dining” for those who still wish to eat in the Main Dining Room. Arrive anytime between 5pm and 9pm. (But try not to all get there at once!)
NOTE: Fixed Seating table assignments will still apply on these days.
For the ms Oosterdam:
Cabin TV Access
We know that some of you might wish to bring gaming consoles and/or hook up your computers to your in-cabin TVs. Please be advised that not only are the TV connections nearly inaccessible (because the TVs are attached to the wall), it's not possible to switch to external inputs either via the TV itself or your in-cabin remote. Neither JoCo Cruise not the Oosterdam will be able to provide any sort of tech support regarding this matter.
For those of you who wish to do console gaming, don't forget that we'll have a bunch of consoles, both old and new, set up all week in Explorations Central on Deck 10. (Next to the Crow's Nest bar) - Email from THO, January 31, 2019
Unfortunately it is near impossible to access the HDMI ports on the in-cabin TVs and even harder to change the onscreen input. Please don’t try.
Portable DVD players or laptops with their own screens are the only workarounds I suggest.
Reference: Josh, the “shadow stage manager and lead tech on this magical mystery cruise” (October 20, 2018), https://www.facebook.com/groups/JoCoCruise2019/permalink/2178459472421959/?comment_id=2179039449030628&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R%22%7D
As long as JoCo Cruise is a charter, we do not have a dress code. However, please abide by the ship's health code requests, such as requiring shoes and clothing in areas where food is served.
See also Theme Days