Arky and Shirley are future cruise consultants aboard Eurodam This week the Big E is an Irish charter. They bring on Irish entertainers and sell the cruise to those of Irish lineage from Ireland, the U.S. and other countries. It is a fun week. We know it is fun because we were on the Irish… read more of “A Rousing Irish…”
Aboard Eurodam, departing Fort Lauderdale, Fla. From the very beginning when I started sailing in 1996, I would always watch those who live along the Intracoastal Waterway near Port Everglades wave with fervor to guests on board as the cruise ships sailed by them. It is a time-honored ritual at 5 p.m. on weekends for… read more of “Of Well-Wishers and…”
Kees at his post behind the bar in Bonney O’Malley’s. While you would fully expect the public bars aboard Eurodam to be staffed with talented bar keepers, we sometimes forget that there are crew venues behind the scenes that require staffing as well, like the Officers Bar. Meet Joko “Kees” Budiono, the OB barman. We… read more of “Meet the Officers…”
Eurodam’s pan-Asian reservations-only restaurant is proving to be very popular with guests. Here are several photos and a short video that show off some of the reasons for the dining venue’s popularity. Sushi is prepared fresh for Tamarind diners.
Pinnacle Grill Manager Peter Bohacs (left) and Chef Ani Limaye in the Pinnacle Grill’s kitchen. Chef Ani Limaye and Pinnacle Grill Manager Peter Bohacs deliver an exquisite experience in this sophisticated venue — pleasing-to-the-palate dishes, impeccable service and distinctive dining. Bvlgari china, Riedel stemware and Frette linens make this a meal not to be missed…. read more of “Perfection at The…”
With approximately 2,104 guests on board each sailing, a lot of food and beverages are consumed. Here’s a selection of items, including everything from eggs to beer, that tickle the palates of Eurodam guests every week. When you actually see the numbers, it truly is amazing that there’s even enough space on board to store… read more of “Eurodam’s Fun…”
Guests enjoy the Canaletto Restaurant on a formal night. From left: James Dunn, Denis Connors, Bill Sheerin, Maureen Sheerin, Gail Connors and Lucille Dunn. From left: Bill Sawyer, Carol Sawyer, Rhoda Biasi and George Biasi.
The delicious breads and rolls are always very popular at mealtime. The crew in the bakeshop work tirelessly to ensure there’s a variety of breads and other goodies served at every meal.