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[COLOR=#1D2129][FONT=system-ui]Hey everyone! I just uploaded a video walkthrough of the Bordeaux dining room's galley onboard the Island Princess. In all my cruises, I don't recall ever having the chance to do this and am very glad we went. Enjoy![/FONT][/COLOR]


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[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Thanks.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]We've done it on several ships and I enjoy it every time. DH says he's seen one kitchen, he's seen all the kitchens.[/SIZE][/FONT];p

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[quote name='JF - retired RRT'][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Thanks.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]We've done it on several ships and I enjoy it every time. DH says he's seen one kitchen, he's seen all the kitchens.[/SIZE][/FONT];p[/quote]


Hilarious, and he has a point! 😂

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[quote name='So_Tweetie'][COLOR=#1D2129][FONT=system-ui]Hey everyone! I just uploaded a video walkthrough of the Bordeaux dining room's galley onboard the Island Princess. In all my cruises, I don't recall ever having the chance to do this and am very glad we went. Enjoy![/FONT][/COLOR]


[URL]https://youtu.be/nXAd1Pkn7GI[/URL][/quote]

[SIZE=4]Great video & choice of music. [/SIZE]
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[/SIZE][SIZE=4]Thanks for sharing. [/SIZE]
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[/SIZE]Tom😀

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So the galley is so huge you have to take escalator to get from one level to the next. Cool

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Thanks - now we won't have to waste our time and money on that...;p

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[quote name='trbarton'][SIZE=4]Great video & choice of music. [/SIZE]
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[/SIZE][SIZE=4]Thanks for sharing. [/SIZE]
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[/SIZE]Tom😀[/quote]

I'm glad you enjoyed the music Tom! Thanks for watching :)

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[quote name='Lucky TGO']Thanks for sharing it was very nice.
Tony[/quote]

Thanks Tony! :D

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[quote name='AF-1']So the galley is so huge you have to take escalator to get from one level to the next. Cool[/quote]

Yes! The galley was even larger than I imagined and I don't think I'd ever seen an escalator on a ship before that.

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[quote name='voljeep']Thanks - now we won't have to waste our time and money on that...;p[/quote]

Lol, thankfully this was a free tour otherwise the video would not exist. ;)

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Thanks, enjoyed the video. 21 cruises, and I always take the galley tour. Love it.

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[quote name='workinggal']Thanks, enjoyed the video. 21 cruises, and I always take the galley tour. Love it.[/quote]

I've done about the same number of cruises and this was my first galley tour, but I will keep an eye out for them in the future because this was very cool. Thank you for watching!

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[quote name='So_Tweetie']Yes! The galley was even larger than I imagined and I don't think I'd ever seen an escalator on a ship before that.[/quote]

I bet the newer larger ships have an escalator and elevator in their galleys; the newest ships are feeding up to 6,000 a day.

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[quote name='AF-1']I bet the newer larger ships have an escalator and elevator in their galleys; the newest ships are feeding up to 6,000 a day.[/quote]

I bet you're right! I am going on the Allure of the Seas in October, maybe they will have a galley tour. That'd be a sight to see! But a lot of the ships seem to have additional dining venues which I'm sure breaks up the production demand across the ship.

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[quote name='So_Tweetie']I bet you're right! I am going on the Allure of the Seas in October, maybe they will have a galley tour. That'd be a sight to see! But a lot of the ships seem to have additional dining venues which I'm sure breaks up the production demand across the ship.[/quote]

I went on Allure when she was new; like the sixth cruise back in 2011. She has more than three galleys onboard.

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