Thursday, November 12, 2015

Nobu-Hosted Dinners In Alaska On Deck For Crystal Foodies In 2016

In good news for foodies, Crystal Serenity will welcome master chef Nobu Matsuhisa back aboard for a 10-day Alaskan cruise round-trip from Vancouver during one of seven voyages that will explore the spectacular region in summer 2016. While on board, Crystal favorite Nobu will mingle with guests and host multi-course omakase (or chef's choice) dinners in Silk Road, as well as other feasts and special menus.

Nobu's Japanese-Peruvian fusion has been served in Silk Road and The Sushi Bar on board every Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity sailing since 2003 and 2008, respectively. Nobu personally trains all chefs, designs all menus, and frequently visits the ships for ongoing refinement.

In addition to the inherent adventure that guests can enjoy in Alaska, there are several opportunities to taste the local fare, including a crab feast in Ketchikan, a salmon bake in Juneau, and a traditional English tea in Victoria, British Columbia. From Vancouver, the "Grandeur of Alaska" sailing visits Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, and Sitka, Alaska, as well as cruising Glacier Bay and the Inside Passage and calls to Victoria and Prince Rupert (maiden visit), British Columbia, Canada.

Image Courtesy Crystal Cruises

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