LOBSTER

Why has NCL removed lobster from their menus ???

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line

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Two weeks ago we got off a 29 cruise on the Pacific Princess. We had lobster at least twice in the MDR and once in the specialty. I love lobster. But what was almost obscene, was two weeks before we got on that ship we got off the Regent RSS Mariner after a 22 day voyage. On a shore excursion the first day out on the Mariner, one of the lecturers sat next to us at lunch. He mentioned they had escargots on the menu every night. I couldn't believe it, but they did, not only that, they had Maine Lobster every night as well. I love both. After about my fifth escargot and lobster dinner I had to discipline myself and order something else. Or I might have got the hives.

Who knew this would turn into a culinary experience? KENN, I just cant bring myself to sympathize with you. hehehehe

Corporations, ALL corporations are in business for a profit. Whether it's cruise lines, clothing stores, auto parts, airlines, profit is the key.

That won't stop me from cruising, but cruising is getting a bit more expensive, I have to be very selective with my vacation dollar.

Yeah, it was never really all that good. That same frozen lobster in the grocery store is often passed up without a second thought.

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Cruise prices have never been lower and the lobster was never that good anyway.

Properly cooked lobster is real hard to do in mega quantity .

There are plenty of decadent choices to choose from that do not cost extra.

And if you gotta have it pony up the $$$$$$

Had lobster on 3 diff lines over the years...meh....it was never about the bux, but you're right about the quality. I tend to get picky, mebbe even overly so about certain things...Lobster is one of em.

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