The cruise will feature a number of sweet experiences including 15 desserts designed by Love, chocolate and wine pairings and -perhaps best of all - a chocolate spa treatment featuring a chocolate scrub, whipped chocolate body mask and chocolate massage oil.
Love's custom-crafted desserts include: a bittersweet chocolate mousse (pictured above), a chocolate hazelnut bar with citrus cream (pictured below), and a chocolate pistachio dome with almond and pistachio nougatine (pictured last). That's just the tip of the iceberg.
Passengers aboard Chocolate Journeys will also be treated to chocolate "Love Pop" truffles, decadent chocolate drinks and chocolate cooking demonstrations. Boxed sets of Norman Love chocolates will also be available for purchase, according to a press release.
“One thing is for certain, chocolate makes people happy,” said Love. “So what I create and what Princess Cruises offers its guests are quite similar — what could make people smile more than savoring decadent chocolate creations while enjoying their cruise vacation?”
Chocolate Journeys will set sail this fall. If you really want to getaway, here are other gourmet cruises to consider.
Via The Daily Meal