Food Network star Guy Fieri has landed a new television special where he will take his family to the “sea for fun, adventure and killer food aboard the Carnival Breeze,” according to The Wall Street Journal on October 23.
“Guy’s Family Cruise” will be following Guy and his family around their Caribbean adventure where the family will make stops in “Miami, the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, and Jamaica aboard Carnival Cruise Lines’ largest and newest ship, Carnival Breeze.” The Carnival Breeze offers year-round six and eight day Caribbean departures from Miami and holds 3,690 passengers.
The one-hour long special will feature the family experiencing many of the attractions available on the Carnival Breeze. Fieris’ two sons and a nephew will be working behind the grill at the on-board restaurant, Guy’s Burger Joint. Later the family will be seen eating dinner together at the Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse.
Guy’s wife will be shown relaxing at the Cloud 9 Spa while the family has fun at the Water Works. The adults’ later getaway for some “adult time” at Serenity, the adults only retreat.
"Our family vacation on Carnival Breeze was awesome for the entire Fieri crew," Fieri told WSJ. "I'm stoked that we brought the cameras along so that everyone can see all of the off-the-hook food and cool things you can do on board and in port on a Carnival cruise."
Jim Berra, Carnival’s chief marking officer is excited to host Guy’s family. Telling the WSJ “Guy has been such a great partner to Carnival and we were excited to host the Fieris' first-ever family cruise on Carnival Breeze, just as we have done for millions of families over the past 41 years. Whether you're new to cruising, a Carnival veteran or big fans of Guy, this new special provides television viewers an authentic look at how one family can enjoy a multitude of delicious dishes, fun activities and exciting entertainment on a Carnival cruise vacation."
“Guy's Family Cruise” will premier on the Food Network Monday October 28 at 9 p.m. EST
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