Saturday, January 15, 2011

Joining Food Network at Sea can be an Experience

We usually devote all of our postings to luxury hotels.

But in this particular case, we wanted to highlight how much fun one could have on a luxury cruise ship if they were to sailing on an official Food Network cruise. Take a look and see what we mean.

Lorraine Travel (which owns the site WhataHotel !), as a member of Signature Travel Network, is now offering a Mediterranean and Transatlantic Food Network at Sea sailing featuring Food Network star Anne Burrell, the vivacious host of popular series Worst Cooks in America and Secrets of a Restaurant Chef. The 11-night cruise aboard the new Celebrity Silhouette sails Rome, Cagliari, Palma de Mallorca, Lisbon and New York, departing October 22, 2011.

“Following Food Network at Sea’s successful inaugural sailing in August 2010, this cruise marks the next exclusive culinary travel itinerary available to our clients with a passion for travel and the joy of cooking,” says Greg Guiteras of Lorraine Travel. “We are very excited to bring this exclusive opportunity to travel with Food Network to our clients. Many of them have heard about the first cruise and have already begun asking us how they can be a part of this next sailing! It truly is a remarkable experience.”

Lorraine Travel’s Food Network Travel guests will enjoy exclusive access to authentic and engaging Food Network Travel experiences. “By invitation only” Food Network events include: culinary demonstrations led by Food Network star Anne Burrell, hands-on interactive cooking classes led by Food Network Kitchens chefs, private parties featuring Food Network recipes, and Food Network VIP Hospitality lounge. Food Network guests will also receive pre-paid gratuities and special turndown gifts.

Following the successful inaugural sailing in August 2010, Food Network Travel has made a few enhancements for this voyage. Guests will have even more time to enjoy the Food Network experiences as this Mediterranean and Transatlantic itinerary offers multiple days at sea. This conveniently disembarks guests in the “foodie” center of the world: New York.

An additional highlight of the inaugural sailing expanded on this cruise is the hands-on cooking classes led by the chefs of the Food Network Kitchens. These intimate classes give each guest the opportunity to create and eat his or her own culinary masterpieces. The chefs walk from station to station providing tips and assistance to each guest, creating a truly interactive experience.
Plans are in development to offer a range of exclusive Food Network programs, including additional cruises, as well as land vacations and wine and food festival packages. These experiences will include exclusive access to Food Network stars, as well as trips tied to specific Food Network culinary trends and topics.

Food Network Travel packages for this Mediterranean and Transatlantic sailing featuring Anne Burrell start from $1897 with all exclusive Food Network events included. For information on booking this or other Food Network Travel experiences with Lorraine Travel, just CLICK HERE.

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