Food is such a focal point of cruising, for at least two reasons. One is that the quality and/or amount of food consumed justifies the cost of the cruise. The other is that cruise lines traditionally have special events for food lovers — sometimes at an extra cost (specialty restaurants) and sometimes free. The photos today give you a taste (ahem) of a little of both those options from our cruises…
Staff often gets personally involved — as Celebrity Hotel Director Andrew Harris did here on the Millennium,
Kids love all things Seuss, including the most unusual ice sculpture we’ve seen, on Carnival Freedom's Seuss at Sea.
Cookin’ with Chef Kathryn Kelly on Oceania ships is an experience worth the modest cost.
Radishes never looked so appetizing as during this Chef’s Table experience on the Crown Princess.
At Teppanyaki on the Norwegian Epic, Michael from the Philippines was so quick his hands were a blur.
What’s ‘elegant tea at sea?’ This is what it looks like on the Celebrity Eclipse — and it tastes better.
In the news…
• Carnival's 'fathom' designed for cruisers who wish to participate in 'social impact travel'
• Celebrity Infinity returns to Nanaino (Vancouver Island) for first time in four years
• Vietnam's six-day 'cruise of a lifetime' to visit disputed reefs and islands