Princess expands 'Chef's Table' concept to majority of fleet

Princess Cruises will roll out its Chef's Table dining program to most of its fleet over the next few months.

The Chef's Table, currently available only on the Emerald Princess, Crown Princess and Caribbean Princess, gives a group of travelers a meal that begins with appetizers and cocktails in the ship's galley and continues with a custom-designed, multi-course tasting dinner paired with wine in the main dining room with the ship's executive chef.

The meal can be reserved by up to 10 passengers per night at a cost of $75 per person.

The Chef's Table is scheduled to debut aboard most vessels in the fleet in early 2008. The line's smaller ships, the Tahitian Princess, the Pacific Princess and the Royal Princess, are not part of the initial roll-out.

To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to Johanna Jainchill at [email protected].

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