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Culinary Cruising: Foodies on the Move

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Food-themed cruises are making waves with foodies. These aren’t your everyday buffet style service at sea. They are a culinary experience in themselves. Why? Because luxury cruise lines are bringing in well-known and trained chefs to deliver delights foodies can’t resist.

Culinary enthusiasts will appreciate some of the upcoming 2014 food-themed cruises:

Oceania Cruises
Has garnered the famous skills of Master Chef Jacques Pepin as an executive culinary consultant. So you can expect their galley to be delivering unexpected, delightful surprises.

Seabourn Cruise Line
Is now a member of Chaine des Rotisserus, a gastronomic society devoted to the art of fine dining. So don’t miss any of their cruises where a fine course will be delivered at each meal.

SilverSea Cruises
Has partnered with Relais and Chateaux bringing their shore side hotel and gourmet restaurants to sea as well as new creations from their renowned chefs.

Windstar Cruises
Offering an eight day ‘Culinary and Wine Delights of Spain’ cruise departing in April. It’s partnership with Saveur is bringing it a distinction.

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