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The Most Outrageously Awesome Foods You Can Get on Cruise Ships

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Carnival Cruise Line


Where to Get It: Guy Fieri's Smokehouse Brewhouse on Carnival Horizon, making its maiden voyage on April 2   What It Is: One of the Food Network star's signature dishes is making its debut on the high seas in all of its glory. The Jenga-like layers of tortilla chips are piled with black beans, queso, pico de gallo, crema, cotija cheese, jalapeños, pickled onions and your choice of protein. The real drama comes in the presentation, though: The nachos are served inside a round tin that gets lifted up right in front of your eyes.
Carnival Cruise Line


Where to Get It: Eataly on MSC's Divina ship   What It Is: The name pretty much says it all. (For all us of us metrically-challenged Americans, a meter is a little over three-feet long!)
Carnival Cruise Line


Where to Get It: Wonderland on Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas ship   What It Is: This restaurant has established itself as one of the most inventive on board any vessel, serving up familiar flavors in a whimsical way. Some must-try menu items include the clear gazpacho, the chocolate sphere which is melted tableside to reveal an ice cream center, and these deviled eggs, which are served on a platter surrounded by a cloud of smoke.
Princess Cruise Line


Where to Get It: Any of Princess Cruises' Alaska sailings   What It Is: The size of your dinner is dependent on your fishing skills (or, you know, luck) with Princess' "Cook My Catch" program. Anything caught during approved excursions can be whipped up to your liking by the chef for dinner that same night—can't get any fresher than that.
Norwegian Cruise Line


Where to Get It: Coco's on NCL's Norwegian Bliss, making its first sail in June   What It Is: Over-the-top milkshakes are the trend that won't die, and this one has an actual piece of cheesecake as a garnish. Plus a stick of rock candy, just to be truly extra.
Holland America


Where to Get It: The Pinnacle Grill on all Holland America Cruise Line ships   What It Is: You'd be hard-pressed to find a slab of meat that matches the size of this massive 36-oz. ribeye, even on land. At $59, it is reserved for only the most dedicated carnivores.
Holland America


Where to Get It: Vanellope's on Disney Cruise Line's Disney Dream ship   What It Is: Disney's magic touch is in every detail of all of their ships, right down to the food. Here, a classic ice cream sundae with all the fixings gets served out of a replica of Vanellope's race car at this Wreck-It Ralph-themed eatery.