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A Brazilian steakhouse on every cruise ship?

A Brazilian steakhouse on every cruise ship? That’s the plan at Norwegian Cruise Line, which this week announced it is rolling out its Moderno Churrascaria concept across most of its fleet.

The $20-a-person eatery — first unveiled in 2010 on the Norwegian Epic — will be on eight of Norwegian’s 11 vessels by April. It’s already on the Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Jade, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Pearl and is debuting on the Norwegian Gem this week and the Norwegian Jewel in March, followed by the Norwegian Star in April.

Norwegian was the first cruise line to add a Brazilian-style churrascaria eatery to a ship. As with churrascaria restaurants on land, the line’s Moderno Churrascaria outlet features passadors who go table-to-table with skewers of freshly cooked beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage. Diners can take as much as they want, and also have access to an elaborate salad bar.

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Norwegian this week also announced that it had begun taking advance reservations for specialty restaurants on ships across its fleet. Customers wanting to book a table at Moderno Churrascaria or any other specialty restaurant can now do so online up to 45 days before sailing. Until now, advance reservations only were available for restaurants on the line’s newest ship, the Norwegian Epic.


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