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James Beard Foundation Cruise Alaska?

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I'm looking at an Alaska cruise for 2020.  I was originally planning to do the 6/30 cruise to be onboard for my husband's birthday, but I noticed a James Beard cruise on 6/8.  They are the same price now.  Any experience with James Beard Foundation cruises, in Alaska or otherwise?  Are the advertised programs (hosted dinner with the JBF chef etc) free, or is there an additional charge?  We are foodies.  WWYD?

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wolverineinOH, I was on a Mediterranean James Beard cruise where the culinary events were free.  This was 2 or 3 years ago. There was a cooking class and a unique JB chef dinner menu one night. Since Windstar sailings are so relaxed & friendly, there were some opportunities to personally chat with the chef, as with all passengers; the chef was on board all week.

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