Afternoon tea has turned into a snack hour 1600-1700 in the "Windjammer." But it does serve the purpose, especially for those of us who like second seating. Typical fare is one hot snack along with finger sandwiches, fruit, ice cream or froazen yogurt etc. Was on the "Radiance" in Nov 2001 and found the food to be better than their other ships.
Okay. That's not quite what I was hoping for -- my husband and I do like our tea -- but I guess it's better than nothing. We're hoping they don't give us a pot of hot water and a tea bag on the side, and call that "tea!"
Thanks for responding!
On Explorer it is called "High Tea" which is a euphemism for "Extra buffet between lunch and dinner buffets". I went up there twice when we missed lunch due to excursioin. Just had some nachos and cheese sauce from the taco bar to tide me over till main seating for dinner.