SkySea Announces New Food and Beverage Options

The new Molecular Bar Drink Lab

SkySea Cruise Line has announced the SkySea Golden Era has launched a number new food and beverage options, including the Molecular Bar Drink Lap, the Happy Sea Sushi Bar, and a new menu for the SkySea Kitchen.

The new Molecular Bar Drink Lab opened during a five-night cruise that departed on May 12, celebrating the second anniversary of the cruise brand.

The Molecular Bar Drink Lab allows guests to interact with bartenders, and features a full length ice bar.

The new Happy Sea Sushi Bar will offer the latest in Japanese cuisine, and is located Deck 6 mid-ship. This walk-up food venue will offer both sushi and sashimi.

Ken Muskat, CEO of SkySea Cruise Line, said that among the six understood elements of tourism, including "what to eat, where to sleep, how to commute, what to see, where to shop and how to be entertained,” the top priority is always “what to eat."

In addition, the cruise line announced a new agreement with children’s technology brand NeoBear.

NeoBear’s Dream Town has now been incorporated into one of the youth facilities located on deck four of the Golden Era. Children will be able to search for hidden treasures via a AR experience not offered on any other cruise ship, according to SkySea.

NeoBear Staterooms

At the same time, interactive AR games have been integrated into the Animal Forest in the deck 12 youth facility, where under the guidance of their parents, children can take pictures with virtual animals, and immerse themselves in the story of Dr. Gu Dong.

There is also the NeoBear Children’s Room, where children can play with a range of cartoon characters including NeoBear himself. In addition, the Golden Era has allocated dozens of staterooms that will be sold as NeoBear themed rooms, most of which are designed for two-child families. These rooms come complete with NeoBear bedding, themed wall decorations and more.

In addition, NeoBear programming will be added to the children’s TV channel aboard.

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