Norwegian Cruise Line said it will add a “chocoholic night” to each cruise that will feature up to seven chocolate desserts in each restaurant on the ship.

Examples include a warm chocolate volcano, a chocolate Nutella pot de crème and a white chocolate strawberry mousse.

The night is part of a larger package of dining changes that includes regionally focused dinner menus in the main dining rooms. The menus vary by ship itinerary and change each evening of the sailing.

The new menus display several sections — starters, classic dishes, main courses, chef’s signature dish and dessert – and offer an increased variety, with up to 12 starters and up to 15 entrees per evening, Norwegian said.

Also, after a trial run on Norwegian Breakaway, a voluntary system of reserving one of four evening dining times at the complimentary restaurants up to 90 days before departure will be rolled out to all of Norwegian’s ships.

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