New cruise line Havila unveils dining and upgrade options

New Norwegian cruise line Havila Voyages has unveiled details of its on-board dining options and an upgrade package.

Its first ship, Havila Capella, will start sailing along the Norwegian coast from December 1, with three more ships joining the fleet in 2022.

Each of the 34 ports along the coastal route will offer their own speciality cuisine and local recipes.

Onboard there will be no buffets, and passengers sailing on a full-board basis will be served in the main dining restaurant called Havrand.

Passengers can upgrade to eat in the Hildring restaurant, while hot and cold food will be available to buy in the Havly café.

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Camilla Løvlien, hotel director for Havila Voyages, said: “We have so many good ingredients and dishes to offer in Norway, and our cuisine will be a big part of a person’s decision to travel with Havila Voyages.”

The cruise line has also announced the Havila Gold upgrade option, offering passengers extra dining choices and services such as a welcome pack in their cabin including sparkling wine; a tea and coffee package; mineral water and cold-pressed juices with all restaurant meals; no cover charge for room service; and selected discounts.

The Havila Gold upgrade costs from £178 per person for the six-day Voyage South, or £311 for the 12-day Round Voyage.

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