Apparently there must be someone, somewhere on the cruise ship who worries about getting enough to eat. Certainly there should not be a problem. After all, there is breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon tea, supper/dinner, late evening snacks augmented by room service which is available 24/7 just in case you are still hungry.
Oh, yes, and you can get coffee around the clock in the Ocean View Cafe.
None of this explains why there was a brunch held on the 18th. No major announcement – you had to have had a waiter who mentioned it the evening before or actually have read the dining hours on the last page of the daily program in order to be standing in line at 1000 drooling with anticipation. And then there were two of us with our cameras who just wanted photos prior to the ravening hordes.
So I will just provide you with pictures of the staff and displays before the doors opened. Photos were taken with a 24-70mm lens, Canon 5D Mark III with available lighting primarily from half way up the end stairs.