Food on Century

Apr 11th, 2004, 05:22 AM
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Food on Century

We are looking into taking a cruise on this boat and it says price includes "most" meals. I can't seem to find what it doesn't include. Does anyone know what "most" means?
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Apr 11th, 2004, 10:53 AM
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That is a good question! I have been on Century 3 times and have never paid for a meal. Was it a website that you can give me to look at? Maybe it was a general comment about the Celebrity Cruise Line where SOME ships have some meals that cost additional. But Century does not have a specialty restaurant that some of the others do.

I'll be watching this posting to see what others say!

Century is my favorite ship!
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Apr 11th, 2004, 11:10 AM
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Thanks for the response Cruiser. We were actually the website when we found this comment about the food. I think we are sold on the trip but just want to make sure we are not going to pay a fortune on the "extra" food. It looks like a nice boat for a couple of first timers.
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Apr 11th, 2004, 11:55 AM
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SusieQ ==>

My guess...repeat "GUESS" that their reference to "most meals" means that they don't cover the cost of meals when you're off on an excursion. They serve three meals a day on board...but no box lunches or other meals when you're off the ship.

Hope this helps...JimM
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Apr 11th, 2004, 04:50 PM
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You won't have to pay for any meals on Century. Some of the newer Celebrity ships (Millennium class and later) have specialty restaurants that cost an additional fee (about $24) for white glove treatment & cooking at your table. We did it one night on Millennium -- it was very nice. Steak Diane prepared right at the table.

Again, these restaurants are "optional."

JimM is right -- no box lunches. If you go to one of the private islands, they will have a BBQ for you.
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