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Old 04-12-2012, 03:55 PM   #16
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Do they have the mahimahi sandwiches at Cookie's or is it just at Serenity Bay?
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:32 AM   #17
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We were on Castaway Cay this past July...and most definitely had rib eye steak & grilled lobster tail at Serenity Bay! It was fabulous!!
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Old 11-05-2012, 01:25 AM   #18
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Do they have the mahimahi sandwiches at Cookie's or is it just at Serenity Bay?
All the food is the same as cookies. With the exception of the steaks. (our experience anyway) Nothing super special.
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Old 11-05-2012, 01:38 AM   #19
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Never saw mahi mahi sandwiches. The offerings at Serenity Bay do vary a little. I usually see them grilling steaks, but I've also seen grilled lobster and lobster burgers (but not all the time).

I have seen them "run off" families with kids or refuse to serve the kids. I've also seen a family with kids removed from the beach at Serenity Bay. It was very amusing because they were French, and decided to pretend to not speak English (I'd heard them speaking English earlier on the cruise....and I speak enough French to follow what went on). They tried to insist that this was their family vacation, etc. A French speaking CM was called to talk with them, and the entire family was "relocated" to the family beach.

I'm actually quite surprised that the family with 4 kids was served at Serenity--the signs are quite clear and normally they are "re-directed" to a family area.
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:30 AM   #20
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Never saw mahi mahi sandwiches. The offerings at Serenity Bay do vary a little. I usually see them grilling steaks, but I've also seen grilled lobster and lobster burgers (but not all the time).

I have seen them "run off" families with kids or refuse to serve the kids. I've also seen a family with kids removed from the beach at Serenity Bay. It was very amusing because they were French, and decided to pretend to not speak English (I'd heard them speaking English earlier on the cruise....and I speak enough French to follow what went on). They tried to insist that this was their family vacation, etc. A French speaking CM was called to talk with them, and the entire family was "relocated" to the family beach.

I'm actually quite surprised that the family with 4 kids was served at Serenity--the signs are quite clear and normally they are "re-directed" to a family area.
We did have the Mahi Mahi last week at serenity bay.
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:37 AM   #21
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We have been to Serenity Bay three times and never seen lobster, maybe next time.

Also the last time (May 2012) there were kids eating at Serenity Bay and CM's did not ask them to leave, very annoying because DH and I always head straight to Serenity Bay to enjoy a nice afternoon with no kids running around.
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:47 AM   #22
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We did have the Mahi Mahi last week at serenity bay.
I wasn't denying that it happens--just saying that I've never seen it.

As noted, the offerings at Serenity Bay seem to vary. My logic is that it depends on what is left on the ship. For instance, for us, CC day usually follows lobster night. If lobsters are left, they may show up on Serenity Bay in some form. If they are eaten the night before, I wouldn't look for them!

We never lacked for food. The choices were always what Cookies had + some extras.
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:08 PM   #23
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No lobster at Serenity Bay last week. DH said I'd eaten it all the night before. pffft.
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:50 PM   #24
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We have been to Serenity Bay three times and never seen lobster, maybe next time.

Also the last time (May 2012) there were kids eating at Serenity Bay and CM's did not ask them to leave, very annoying because DH and I always head straight to Serenity Bay to enjoy a nice afternoon with no kids running around.
They only have lobster on the 7-night or longer cruises.
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We had lobster at serenity bay on the 2nd visit to CC on our double dip cruise in July. Our server the night before told us to watch for a "surprise" on the menu for that day, so we assumed he meant the lobster. I figured they didn't want to duplicate the menus too much from the 1st to 2nd visits so they added the lobster and some other things to mix it up.
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We were on the 5 night double dip and had Ribeye steaks and Lobster tails. It was one of the best meals we had.
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