Arkley - Answered a Question by mortimer (13 Sep 07 16:23)

Yes it is - you dont HAVE to pay for any meals but La Luna has an extra charge ad so does The Bistro - but yes in plantation and waterfront its buffet service and full board. Waterfront has a really nice atmosphere for the evening.

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Shah - Answered a Question by mortimer (13 Sep 07 23:30)

I would like to take my two sons aged 9 & 13 on the cruise... which is the best one to go on? Also, what are the catering facilities like for the kids. I am a vegetarian please advise what type of food to expect. Looking to go in June/July 2008. Many thanks..

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GATTY - Answered a Question by mortimer (14 Sep 07 19:54)

Cruises always include all meals - breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and sometimes midnight buffet or 24 hour food options. But you do have the option of going to restaurants which incur a small extra charge. Always good for a special occasion.

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