Scenic Eclipse offers 10 dining options, eight bars/lounges

Lumière - contemporary French fine dining with an intimate Champagne Bar

The new Scenic Eclipse mega-yacht will offer nine dining venues plus 24-hour room service and eight bars and lounges, extraordinary variety for a vessel its size.

Specialty dining venues will highlight regional cuisine in small and intimate locations, allowing for privacy at no additional cost. These range from the Chef’s Table with its private degustation experience for eight diners to the open Teppanyaki grill private dining experience for 10 people.

Plus, professional cookery demonstrations will be provided at Epicure, a dedicated cooking emporium.

Main restaurant Elements features Italian fare, steaks and seafood. Koko’s is an Asian fusion restaurant with sake bar.

Sushi @ Koko’s will provide an authentic Japanese experience. Lumière is the spot for contemporary French fine dining with a Champagne Bar. Azure Bar & Cafe offers relaxed, all-day grazing. The Yacht Club provides a poolside grill, buffet and bar.

A 24-hour comprehensive menu is available for in-suite dining.

Bars and lounges include the intimate Champagne Bar, elegant Lobby Lounge and the Azure Bar & Café for fare like plates of oysters accompanied by a crisp glass of pinot gris. Top-shelf beverages, fine wine, cocktails, and specialty teas and coffees are included in Scenic’s pricing.

The 228-passenger Scenic Eclipse is due to be delivered in August 2018.

Early booking incentives include an additional discount of US/CAN $1,000 or $500, respectively, per couple, for those who pay the full cruise fare in full by Oct. 31, 2017.

Posted 19 July 2017

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