The other day I posted an overview of the changes made to Royal Caribbean’s Independence Of The Seas. One of the new things is the Fish & Ships food venue, located on the aft port side of the pool deck. This replaces the original ‘Squeeze Juice Bar’ which is on all three of the Freedom-class ships but frankly has never been popular. Squeeze suffered from a poor location, very few people ordering the fresh juice choices, so it wasn’t long before Squeeze became just another bar. Sort of an auxiliary pool bar.
As with most new things added to older cruise ships, Fish & Ships food comes at a price. And it seems Royal Caribbean is mighty proud of the menu. Prices range from $10 for deep fried haddock and chips (french fries) to $3 for a Chip Butty, which is an English snack comprising white bread with butter and chips on it, often with another condiment such as ketchup or mayonnaise added. Of course, for no charge you could go into the Windjammer buffet and make your own from the fries, bread, and butter on the serving lines.
Here is the menu: