Cruise ship staff cater to a host passenger demands, with one of the main requests centring on food. On-board, there are often a variety of different restaurants for travellers to enjoy.
Some offer fine dining experiences, providing holidaymakers with the chance to dress up, while other are more causal and buffet style. It is these that cruise ship staff have revealed has the most impact on their eating habits.
More so, they have insisted the scant meals they are left with after the customers have had their fill, either of buffet dishes or in the bigger eateries, has a huge effect on their waistlines.
Former cabin crew member Kat, who worked on a major cruise line for three years, told how their meals were absent of the fine dining fish and hunks of steak that the guests enjoyed.
She told website Mental Floss they would instead be left with dishes such as goat foot stew.
With the dinner time dish potentially not appetising to some, Kat suggested many would go without, and therefore lose weight with a calorie deficit intake.
She said: “I would lose about 10 to 12 pounds per contract.”
Cruise secrets: Cruise ship crew have revealed the impact of on board restaurants (Image: Getty)
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