Carnival Cruise Line has added specialty dining packages on their newest and largest cruise ship, Carnival Horizon.
While the packages are only available on the one ship for now, the cruise line is planning on rolling this new program out to additional cruise ships in the near future. Over the past several years, Carnival Cruise Line has been known to test new programs and features on one ship before expanding them to other cruise ships.
These specialty dining packages cost $60 per person and includes vouchers to three restaurants on board the ship. One voucher can used for the steakhouse while the other two will give you a $15 voucher for eating at Bonsai Sushi, Cucina del Capitano, JiJi Asian Kitchen, or Pig & Anchor.
Right now, Carnival Cruise Line is offering a limited number of dining packagers per sailing.
If you are interesting in trying out this new dining package from Carnival, Brand Ambassador John Heald posted the following info about reserving a dining package:
“We won’t issue too many of these per voyage so if you wish me to reserve you a voucher, you can let me know no later than 7 days before the cruise and I will make it so. Please note that they are non refundable and you will still need to make reservations for the restaurants in the usual way.
If I can help you reserve these coupons please let me now over on Visitors Posts and include the sail date and your cabin number and how many vouchers you want – such as:
1 Voucher =$60
Carnival Cruise Line is joining other cruise lines with the addition of a dining package. Both Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean offer dining packages where you can eat in several specialty restaurants throughout your cruise for a lower price than if you were to book each one separately.
With cruise lines offering more specialty restaurants than ever before, these dining packages make eating in these restaurants more affordable for cruisers.