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Old March 19th, 2006, 03:02 PM
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I am going to be sailing Radiance of the Seas soon. One of our stops is Coco Cays. I am a vegetarian and I am wondering if the BBQ might accomadate my needs or should I make alternate lunch arrangements?

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If you're a vegan you may want to discuss this with the special needs dept. before you sail.

If you eat fish, there will be some bar-b-q fish options, as well as salads and side dishes.
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We sailed on Mariner in February and also stopped at Coco Cay. As I recall, there were plenty of vegetarian salads available as well as some fruit. But, as Kuki said,discuss it with the special needs department. Another option, would be to eat lunch onboard the ship and then go back over to the island.
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I also remember there being a good amount of fruit, corn on the cob, and salads, plus breads and desserts on the BBQ. I think you'll be fine.
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