If you’re always up for a themed cruise experience, you may want to check out the newly announced Chefs Making Waves cruise. The culinary-focused cruise sails from Miami to the Bahamas, March 25–29, 2024, and will be “a food, wine and spirits festival at sea.”
The four-night, all-inclusive cruise, hosted aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Pearl, offers an extensive lineup of culinary programming, including tastings, cooking demonstrations, brunches, mixology experiences and more. Chefs and culinary celebrities slated to appear include Michael Symon, Robert Irvine, Aarón Sánchez, Scott Conant, Andrew Zimmern, Anne Burrell and Marcus Samuelsson, among others.
“Our goal is to provide guests with an immersive culinary experience unlike anything they’ve ever experienced before,” said Jeff Cuellar, vice president, Sixthman Partnerships, producing the cruise. “We believe that food is an important part of any vacation experience, and we’re excited to bring together some of the most talented tastemakers in the industry aboard to offer guests the opportunity to indulge in world-class cuisine while enjoying all the amenities and entertainment that Norwegian Cruise Line has to offer.”
Those who purchase event tickets will not only enjoy access to all programming during the cruise, but also a Premium Plus Beverage package that includes unlimited top-shelf drinks throughout the cruise.
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