About This Line
The itinerary is the primary point of emphasis on these cruises, and dining takes a far less prominent role than on cruises for the American market. There are two dinner seatings, and the three-course dinners allow no individual selection—everyone on a given evening will have the same appetizer, entrée, and dessert. While the line does its best to meet special dietary requirements, all requests for special meals must be made well in advance of departure. There is a 24-hour café, but it is not free. Liquor, wine, and beer, priced in Norwegian kroner, are expensive.
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