Seating Procedures

One of our primary goals for The Country Music Cruise is to establish a Seating Procedure that is easy to administer, is fair and allows our guests to fully enjoy all of the aspects of the cruise.

Every Country Music Cruise Guest will have an assigned seat in The World Stage for the blue and gold shows.

Seats are assigned one of two ways. Guests who book their next voyage prior to or onboard The Country Music Cruise will be given their assigned seats prior to disembarking the ship. Guests who booked the cruise after the completion of the previous Country Music Cruise will be assigned seats in the order that they booked the cruise on a best available basis. For clarity, best available is defined as closest available seats to the front of the theatre. As in previous years, seats closest to the front may be either a folding chair or fixed auditorium seat.

For Frequently Asked Questions about seating procedures please click here

SAFE Program: Guests who require special assistance to enter The World Stage should click here for details on our SAFE seating program. Due to our assigned seating program, guests who require special seating in The World Stage must complete the Special Assistance Form For Entry (“SAFE”) within two weeks of booking to ensure seats are assigned with guest’s accessibility in mind. Upon review of the guest’s SAFE form, the guest will be assigned a seat most appropriate to fit their needs stated on the form.

Requirements to Entry: All guests need to have their The World Stage seating card with them to gain entrance to the theatre.  Upon embarkation, guests will receive a blue or gold card based upon their dining and show time chosen while booking. Blue seating cards will grant guests access to the early show at 6:30 PM and 8:30 PM late dining. Gold seating cards will grant access to the late show at 9:00 PM and 6:00 PM early dining.