This weekend my wife & I are going on our first ever cruise on a Cruise Ship. I've seen pictures and have been told by others that while there will be a Craps table on it, chances are there is only ONE table. That works for me, but am wondering what to expect for the cost of play. I prefer to play on $5.00 tables - I'm a very conservative player and like to ease in to the game after getting my initial buy in back and starting to work on the casino's money. So, for those of you who have been on a cruise ship - was the Craps table a $5.00 table or a $10.00 - or even more? What should I expect for players? From what I've read, it seems there are very few die hard players. You might get a crowded table after the shows are out with newbie's just trying the game, but for the most part you won't see many "regulars" the whole week. We are headed to Bermuda so will be in the port for 3 days - and I know once in port (at least in the U.S.), the casino isn't open until the ship is out to sea. So will it be the same in Bermuda - that the casino will only be open while cruising to and from the U.S.? Any other tips I should know for playing Craps on a cruise?