Donald - Answered a Question by makinson (09 Jul 07 20:24)

Just come off the Navigator recently from a two week cruise round the Med. and found that the dinner menu in the Main Dining Room was never repeated. Also a choice of a further three retaurants to choose from: two you pay a surcharge and the Windjammer you don't pay a surcharge and is more of a help yourself restaurant BUT a truly marvellous selection of very good and well presented meals. We never had a "bad" meal. A word of warning, though. I was most annoyed to find that after two weeks at sea the salt air had shrunk all of my clothes! Have a great time.

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Parsons - Answered a Question by makinson (10 Jul 07 23:33)

There are some 'standard' items on every menu for those that do not like the more fancy a la carte main choices. The menu in week 2 is NOT a repetition of week 1. Food is great (have just done a 2 week Med cruise) and so is everything else ....

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Howard-Coombe - Answered a Question by makinson (11 Jul 07 12:50)

It will be a 2 week menu. Don't miss the lobster or the lambshank. Simply amazing.

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Milne - Answered a Question by makinson (11 Jul 07 19:57)

They have a two week men.

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scales - Answered a Question by makinson (13 Jul 07 12:30)

I don't know the specifics of this cruise but generally it is a repeated menu if it is a back-to-back cruise, dictated by the return to the embarkation port halfway through your cruise.

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