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mcguire - Answered a Question by Mosedale (10 Aug 08 19:48)

Hiya dont know about speacial diets etc but if you check with your island cruises head office they should be able to help you no is 0161 772 8600.now about dinning in island restaurantsyou get shown to table buy the staff if you require table for 2 speak to matrider on first night may be you could give tip in adavance in you want same table every night or you can mix easily with fellow guests you can dine when you want if you go to oasis restaurant you must book in advance and they have extra charge but you should be happy with island restaurant remember island is self service also you have 24 hr beachcomber on top deck staff cant do enough for you .you will have great cruise with island happy crusing we allways do hope been helpfull.

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Millar - Answered a Question by Mosedale (10 Aug 08 22:16)

We've just returned from a cruise on the Island Escape and in the Windjammer resturaunt which was a buffet there were plenty gluten free options clearly labelled. We ate at night in in the Oasis Resturaunt (waiter service where you paid a supplement but the food was amazing!) and the staff seemed really happy to cater for special diets there too. There was a good variety of food in all the restuarants. Have a nice cruise!

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mcguire - replied to Millar (11 Aug 08 08:59)

Hiya i think you have got mixed up with other ship island cruises dont have windjammer resturaunt.they have island resturaunt and beachcomber which is 24hrs and the one you ate in nightly oasis which is good .

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Millar - replied to mcguire (12 Aug 08 23:44)

Hi thanks for pointing that out - I realised my mistake after I wrote it. It was the beachcomber I was talking about and definitely the Island Esacpe. Can't remember which ship had the Windjammer!

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