Cruise News Carnival Adding Seafood Eatery to Seven More Cruise Ships

Carnival Adding Seafood Eatery to Seven More Cruise Ships

Carnival Cruise Line has announced that they will be rolling out the popular Seafood Shack to an additional seven cruise ships.

The New England inspired Seafood Shack debuted on Carnival Vista and has been a smashing success since the ship debuted last May.

Located within the ships’ poolside Lido restaurants, the a la carte dining venue offers a variety of fresh-from-the-sea delicacies, including lobster rolls, lobster BLTs, crab cake sliders, fish and chips, and a fried seafood platter with shrimp, clams, calamari, and fish.   There are also buckets of fried buffalo shrimp and fried clams or a combination featuring both items.   Diners can also enjoy steamed lobster, snow crab, and peel and eat shrimp, and oysters, all available at market price.

In addition to Carnival Vista, Seafood Shacks are currently featured aboard Carnival Liberty from Port Canaveral, Carnival Glory and Carnival Victory from Miami, Carnival Conquest from Fort Lauderdale, and Carnival Freedom, Carnival Triumph and Carnival Valor from Galveston.

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Cruise News Carnival Adding Seafood Eatery to Seven More Cruise Ships

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