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Luxury CruisingIs it a state of mind?
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In addition to Oceania, Azamara has specialty restaurants at no additional charge. Both are premium, near ,but not luxury class and have excellent "restaurant quality" food. Celebrity, which we've also cruised, is the top rated "mass market" cruise line for food. IMHO, except for their specialty restaurants, the main dining room food is very good "banquet quality" food, better than other mass market lines, but no where as good as the near luxury or luxury lines, which as you would expect, are more expensive.
PS On our last Celebrity cruise we ate every night in Blu and enjoyed it very much.
4/13 Regent Voyager- Asia & Africa
6/12 Millenium- Alaska
1/11 norwegian Jade- eastern Mediterranean
1/09 Summit- so caribbean
2/08 Azamara Journey-South America
2/06 Constellation- so caribbean
1/05 Constellation-so caribbean
2004 Tahitian Princess- South Pacific
1993 regent sea- panama canal
1986 emerald sea
1981 sun viking
1971 jason- Greek Islands and Turkey
1969 carla c
Last edited by dabear; January 24th, 2013 at 05:32 PM.