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11 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do on a Cruise Ship

Fodor's Logo By Kristine Hansen of Fodor's | Slide 1 of 12: When you board a ship, you expect to be served your meals, but for some people, the itch to cook never goes away. Celebrity Cruises’ Reflection and Silhouette ships feature <a href="">Lawn Club Grill</a>, which is not only set up with grills but a companion chef can coach you into being the next “grill master.” Choose from 12 different meats and several rubs, spices, and glazes.

It used to be that a cruise ship’s main attraction was the piles of food on the buffet. Not anymore. Do you see yourself zip lining across the ship while in open water? How about blending your own wine or steering a car around a race track? These floating hotels have never offered as much as they do now. There’s even something for the chillaxing crowd to indulge in, such as stargazing, seeing an IMAX film, or grilling steaks. Remember, a vacation is supposed to be about getting outside of your comfort zone and into new territory.

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