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My DW, DD (12) and DS (10) all have Celiac Disease and must maintain a gluten-free (GF) diet. I am curious if anyone has a GF dining experience with RCCL or more specifically the Enchantment of the Seas (Oct. 23, 2006).





This is from the RCCL website. It should help you on who to contact.;)

What type of special meals does Royal Caribbean offer?

Royal Caribbean International makes every effort to accommodate our guests' dietary requirements whenever possible. We can accommodate special needs such as, Food Allergies, Gluten-free, Vegetarian (except for vegan/macrobiotic) Low-fat, Low-Sodium,

lactose-free/Soy Milk, Ensure, and Kosher meals at no extra charge. All guests must do is notify us at least 45 days prior to sailing. Here's how it works:

Send an email that includes the guests' names, reservation ID number, ship's name and voyage date to one of the addresses listed below.Food allergies - foodallergies@rccl.com


Kosher meals - kosher@rccl.com


Indian-style vegetarian meals - Indianvegetarian@rccl.com


Gluten-free/celiac meals - glutenfree@rccl.com


Fax requests may be sent to 305-539-6018 Attn: Special Meals Request

E-mails will receive an automated response. Faxed requests will also receive a response provided the guest provides an email address. We kindly ask that guests do not call Royal Caribbean International suppliers with specific questions.


Special meal requests that are faxed or e-mailed less 45 days of sailing are dependent on the ship's product availability. We will try to accommodate to the best of our ability.


Please note that baby food and infant formula are not provided on board.

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We were on a cruise with my SIL's family in honor of his grandparents' 60th anniversary. His grandfather is celiac and needs a gluten free menu. Every night, the head waitress came to the table, presented menus and helped him order gluten free. Our agent had notified RCCL prior to the sailing. There was also a thread a few months ago. It is a pretty common condition and RCCL handles it quite well.

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