November 2013 - Carnival Fascination to Caribbean - Bahamas
Being a celiac, it's always a risk getting on board of a ship, and being depended on what food they serve you.
After all, your food is your medicin, and can you ever be sure that you don't get glutened.
Well, they did a fine job.
Upon arrival I went to my designated restaurant, and was interviewed by on of the restaurant staff members.
We selected from the menu what was available for me, and in the evening my gluten free three course meal was served.
The following days, I made my sellection for the next day at dinner, and all my meals were to my satisfaction.
The Gluten free bread was maybe not optimal, I suggest they look for another brand (UDI's)
It was a pleasant experience for me, even with my disability. I can reccomend this experience to all Celiac patients, the cruise line is really accomodating for people with food- allergies