Princess Cruises has announced a new program, “Wild For Alaska Seafood,” which is designed to support sustainable seafood. Princess will partner with Alaskan fisheries to provide the highest quality fish for guests aboard their cruise ships in order that they can experience fresh local seafood at its finest and learn about how it’s caught or farmed.

Princess Cruises has revealed their new “Wild For Alaska Seafood” program. The new program will offer a wide variety of seafood dishes, including Alaskan king crab legs, halibut and more. Read more in detail here: princess cruises 2022.

Princess Cruises has announced the launch of its “Wild for Alaska Seafood” program, which will be available on six ships travelling to the Last Frontier this spring.

This location-based seafood venture offers a rotating menu of Alaska seafood meals as well as drink experiences inspired by the locale. Flights of Alaska spirits obtained from local distilleries, hand-picked wine pairings to complement Alaska seafood entrees, and imaginative cocktails like “Creamy Cinnamon Moonshine” and “Glacial Chilled Martinis” are among the experiences available.

This is an addition to Princess’ North to Alaska program, which brings native Alaskans, culture, and fresh seafood on board and onshore to immerse tourists in all things Alaska.

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The “Wild for Alaska Seafood” program, which builds on Princess’ successful “Only in Alaska” menus, will showcase 30 Alaska seafood dishes with highlighted items every night in all major dining rooms. Chef Rudi Sodamin and his culinary arts team have designed recipes that showcase the freshest seafood ingredients, including King (Chinook), Sockeye, and Coho salmon, as well as wild Alaska cod (caught solely by hook and line), halibut, rockfish, Dungeness crabs, wild spot prawns, and razor clams.

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“Wild for Alaska Seafood” menu inserts will be available in speciality restaurants on board, including Crown Grill and Sabatini’s, with appetizers such salmon carpaccio and options of pan-seared, poached, pan fried, or grilled wild Alaska halibut or Copper River salmon.

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This new initiative was created in collaboration with Pacific Seafood, Alaska Seafood, and Alaska Leader Seafood, all of which have a strong commitment to ecologically responsible practices and are among the world’s best-managed, most sustainable fisheries.

Princess’ Alaska cruise season in 2022 will have six ships and 145 departures on 14 different itineraries.

Over 150 shore excursions are available, including “Cook My Catch,” which allows visitors to go fishing and then have the chefs cook their catch for supper that night.

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