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We are scheduled for an Alaskan cruise out of Vancouver 2020.  On our last cruise in 2013 (I know too long between) we had breakfast in the MDR before we left.  Is the Key breakfast different?  Can I still get breakfast in the MDR without being a Key user?


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The Key breakfast has a few extra items on a special menu such as steak and eggs.  All the normal breakfast items are also available to Key guests.

Non-Key guests are able to eat breakfast in the MDR on debark day, however, Key guests are usually grouped in a different section of the dining room.

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