Half Moon Cay's New Venue - Lobster on the Beach at Lobster Shack

Are you are tired of the same ole BBQ served to cruise passengers on private Islands?   Well Holland America has just introduced a new casual restaurant called Lobster Shack on its private Island of Half Moon Cay.  Chefs from the ship will cook up lobster, rice, coconut beans and 2 special salsas.  It is not complimentary, unfortunately, like the standard BBQ but will cost $20 pp. Perhaps, though, it beats standing in a long line in the hot sun.   Is this something you might be interested in trying?

 

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I would be very interested in trying that. It sounds delicious.

I will be on the Koningsdam next month. Perhaps I will try out the Lobster Shack at Half Moon Cay.

I'm not a lobster fan, no I can't eat it. However, I can't wait to tell my DGF about this because she likes lobster and we'll be at HMC in 326 days.

Not sure if I want to spend $20.

Well, probably would not go running to the Lobster Shack because if it doesn't come out of the North Atlantic, I don't consider it the lobster that we grew up with... LOL

Not a lobster fan either. Now if it were shrimp......Big Smile

Hmm, I’m intrigued. I love the included food on the private islands (How come lunch tastes so much better sitting on the beach?) but it’s always good to have options!

Caribbean lobster is fine in the Caribbean, but if I’ll take “real” lobster in New England any day! Love

3000 passengers fighting to get off a ship to get one of only about 250 lobsters. Sounds like fun to me.

I meant to add that I would rather take a cruise up to Canada & Maine. We can get off in Portland, walk down the block to the little lobster shack on the pier. One of the best lobster rolls I ever had. And I didn't have to fight 2000 others, or worry about it dropping in the sand.

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