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I love Passover. We had 18 here for Seder, and tomorrow I'll do my baking for the week.
How can you keep Passover on a ship? I have to eat out once this week, and I'm already stressed about trying to find menu items without chometz. I'm hoping to find broiled steak or fish, a baked potato with butter and a salad with olive oil and lemon juice.
There is usually a Rabbi on-board - and a Seder is (usually) planned -- also the dinning room will serve matzah at your table! We have been on a ship for a few Passover's - the last on the Regal last March/April - We had a Seder - with some of other faiths joining in (for the experience).
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With so much food at a normal Seder I cannot imaging what one would be like on a cruise.
Can you imagine the matre'd, "Only one serving? What, you don't like our gefilte fish?"
Chag Sameach everyone!
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