The majority of cruises include half-board accommodation. That means two meals a day are usually provided, mostly breakfast and lunch on cruises. On a cruise, meals are usually listed on the daily itinerary so that you will know exactly which meals are included. The cruise manager may change some lunches or dinners so that you can enjoy a wonderful gourmet experience, such as a Welcome Dinner or Captain's Dinner. Lunches are served three-course, often including soup, pasta, seafood or meat, and a salad. Dinners included on your trip will be similar to lunches. For the rest of your meals, you will dine anywhere you choose on shore and are responsible for the cost of those meals. Your cruise manager will be happy to recommend a good-value restaurant nearby at every location; you can explore on your own! Please note that different cruise categories include various levels of catering services, so inclusions can vary from those listed here. Please check your specific cruise info carefully.