A highlight of cruising is often the food and drink, with big-name chefs increasing the allure.
Here are three new onboard chef residencies for 2020 that combine the celebrity factor with high-end eating and drinking.
Cunard’s first ever Festival of Food and Wine onboard Queen Mary 2 will feature an appearance from Michel Roux Junior.
The patron of Le Gavroche will host a series of dinners in The Verandah restaurant as well as a three-course signature gala menu in the Britannia Grill.
He will also be joined by Rachel Humphrey, executive chef at Le Gavroche.
Lee Powell, vice president of brand and product for Cunard, says: “In addition to Michel holding a cooking demonstration and a Q&A during the crossing, guests will also have the opportunity to join the Cunard Wine Academy and gain a WSET Level 1 award, a recognised qualification by the Wine and Spirit Education Trust.”
The seven-night Transatlantic Crossing from 7-14 June 2020 is priced from £1,599pp based on two sharing a Britannia Balcony Stateroom. Flights and transfers included.