Lindblad Expeditions




Appetizers are usually served on deck as you sail from port, while regional specialties are served in the dining room. The galley is headed by European-trained chefs, and local markets are scoured for delicacies and indigenous ingredients to serve on board. Breakfast is buffet-style, although you may order eggs and omelets from the kitchen, and lunch is served family-style. Afternoon tea includes sandwiches and sweets; hors d’oeuvres are served during the nightly cocktail hour. The open seating dinner typically consists of two entrées—meat or fish—as well as several always-available items such as steak and chicken. Special dietary restrictions can be accommodated with advance notice. Room service is restricted to ill passengers confined to cabins.

Cruise News & Features

More blog stories


Cruise Deals

View All Cruise Deals
* Some taxes, fees additional


  • Norovirus

    Okay, not only are my wife and I handicapped, but there is this great news about the very ship we're set to be on in early May:

    Passengers sailing on the Grandeur of the Seas from the Port of Baltimore Read more

  • Tips for Royal Caribbean trip

    My wife and I will be cruising in early May on Royal Caribbean to Port Canaveral, Fla., and 1 day each at Nassau and CocoCay in the Bahamas. We both have chronic pain issues and are risking it anyway.
    We Read more

View more travel discussions