Many cruise companies have the option of gluten-free catering on board. It is important that you register your gluten free dietary requirements when you book.
It is also a good idea to pack some snacks or sweets (e.g. from Schär) in your bag for when you get peckish between meals.
We have done the hard work for you and found out which cruise companies can easily provide you with gluten free food:
- Aida Cruises: Cruises throughout the world with a delicious gluten free restaurant.
- Color Line: Specialist in trips to Norway, gluten free food available on request.
- MSC: There are top-quality, delicious gluten free options available for all meals on a total of eleven cruise ships in the Mediterranean, the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. A cooperation agreement has been concluded with the Italian Coeliac Association AIC for the new service.
- Disney Cruise Line: Starting from the USA with destinations such as Mexico and the Bahamas. A variety of menus, which include gluten free pasta, bread and biscuits as standard
- Hansa Cruises: With destinations ranging from the North Cape to Tangier. Gluten-free food can be provided on the ships MS Delphin and MS Delphin Voyager; Hansa must be notified of dietary requirements at least 6 weeks before departure.
- Hurtigruten: For those who are after an adventure - options include mailboats, ocean expeditions and adventure tours. There are gluten free options in the buffet at breakfast and lunch; and an alternative three-course menu can be provided for dinner on request.
- Norwegian Cruise Line: Cruises around the world, from Alaska to Hawaii. On booking the customer receives a list of different gluten free foods which they can choose from.
- SeaDream Yacht Club: “It’s yachting, not cruising” is the motto of this company, which focuses on particularly high quality service and top-notch food. The on-board chef can prepare special gluten free meals on request.