As time goes on, cruise lines are putting an increasing emphasis on their wellness offerings on board, which includes everything from fitness classes and spa services to healthier restaurants and stateroom amenities.
One way many cruise lines are tapping into guests’ healthier mindsets is by offering freshly pressed vegetable and fruit juices.
Here, we’ve gathered seven cruise ship venues that are serving fresh juice, plus a few bonus options.
Keep in mind that most cruise lines offering fresh juice charge extra for them, but in turn most lines’ specialty beverage packages will cover that cost.
1. Vitality Café — Royal Caribbean
Ships: Oasis, Allure, Harmony, Symphony, and Wonder of the Seas
Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ships have a dedicated juice bar called Vitality Café, located just outside the spa. Guests can build their own juice by choosing the fruits, vegetables, add-ins (milks, peanut butter, protein, etc.), and supplements they want, and there are also a few protein shakes to choose from. Juices on the menu include, but are not limited to:
- Morning Glory: beetroot, carrot, orange
- The Mean Green Juice: cucumber, green apple, celery, spinach
- Immune Booster: orange, lemon, ginger
- Healthy Heartbeat Juice: green apple, carrot, ginger, beetroot, lemon
- Adios Coffee: apple, carrot, green tea, honey, lemon, and orange
The cost of Vitality Café’s protein shakes and juices may vary depending on the ship or region, but expect to pay around $5 to $9 per beverage.
2. Senses Juice Bar — Disney Cruise Line
Ships: Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy
Senses Juice Bar is located in the Senses Spa area, which includes spa treatments, a salon, a thermal suite, and the ship’s fitness center. The juice bar has a number of smoothies and juices to choose from, including (but not limited to):
- X-Press: Restore Harmony and Balance: strawberry, avocado, mint, red beet, apple, goji berries
- My Go Green: spinach, banana, avocado, lime, Soya milk, plain yogurt
- Blast Off: Refuel: kiwi, mango, lime, matcha, blanched almond
- Super Berry: blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, plain yogurt
- Tropicale: strawberry, mango, orange
- Juice Delight: carrot, coconut, passion fruit, Core Power vanilla
Though prices may vary, expect the above juices and smoothies to range from $5.25 to $9 each. Freshly-squeezed juices from just one fruit or vegetable are also available for $4.75 each, and they are carrot, orange, and apple.
Tip: If you’re looking for pressed juices on Disney Wish, you can find them at the Wishing Star Café.
3. Spa Café + Juice Bar — Celebrity Cruises
Ships: Celebrity Summit, Millennium, Infinity, Constellation, Eclipse, Equinox, Reflection, Silhouette, Solstice, Edge, Apex, Ascent, and Beyond
Just outside Celebrity Cruises’ spa is The Spa Café + Juice Bar, which is open from the morning through lunchtime. In addition to offerings like yogurt with toppings, bagels, açaí bowls, and smoothies, the casual, mostly self-serve venue offers a variety of freshly-pressed juices. Here are the options:
- Roots: beet, strawberry, carrot, apple
- Purple Rain: mixed berries, pear, apple, açai
- Orange: orange, carrot, ginger
- Piña Kale: pineapple, spinach, cucumber, ginger
- Juice to Order: choose from the chef’s seasonal selections
Everything at The Spa Café + Juice Bar is complimentary except the juices which are $5, and smoothies which are $6.
4. Sunshine Bar — Royal Caribbean
Ships: Anthem, Odyssey, Quantum, Spectrum, and Ovation of the Seas
Unlike the Oasis-class ships, Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-class vessels do not have a dedicated juice bar. Instead, they have the Sunshine Bar located in the Solarium, a popular enclosed pool deck for adults. The bar offers classic and unique cocktails, as well as smoothies, protein shakes, and fresh juices, so there’s truly something for everyone.
5. Zest – Juice Bar — MSC Cruises
Ship: MSC World Europa
At the time of writing, MSC World Europa has not yet debuted and we don’t have much information on the brand-new Zest – Juice Bar that’s available on board. All we know is that it’s located just outside the MSC Aurea Spa, and that if you’re planning to sail this ship, you will have access to fresh juices at this dedicated venue.
6. Caffè Vivo — P&O Cruises
Technically, Caffè Vivo is Arcadia‘s cozy little coffee shop, but crew members are serving up much more than coffee there. In addition to things like salads, bagels, noodles, cookies, and pastries, passengers can head to Caffè Vivo for smoothies and freshly-squeezed juices.
Caffè Vivo is open from the morning into the early evening.
7. Buffets — Various
This isn’t a specific venue on a specific cruise line, but rather a dining location that basically every cruise ship has: the buffet. While not every buffet on every cruise ship will have fresh juice, lots of them do.
These include buffets on various Princess Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Holland America, Royal Caribbean, and Viking ships.
If you’re hoping to have some fresh juice throughout your voyage, do a walk-through of the entire buffet at the start of the cruise — at every meal time — to see whether it serves juice and during which time of day. Just keep in mind that most cruise lines will charge you extra for the privilege, even though the buffet is, as a general rule, an included dining venue.
BONUS: Carnival’s Seaday Brunch & More
Carnival Cruise Line’s popular Seaday Brunch isn’t a “venue” per se (it’s held in the main dining room), but it does serve fresh juices so we wanted to include it here as a bonus. Though offerings may vary depending on the ship or when you’re reading this, they will likely include the following for $5 each:
- 1: carrot, orange, lime, cayenne
- 2: pineapple, ginger, lime, dates, turmeric
- 3: kale, romaine lettuce, apple, lemon
- 4: pineapple, apple, beets, ginger
- 5: apple, kale, spinach, parsley
Other cruise lines also serve fresh juice in various restaurants that we wanted to quickly mention, including Seabourn at The Patio during breakfast, Regent Seven Seas Cruises at La Veranda, and Silversea and Windstar in various venues.
If you’re sailing a cruise line or ship that wasn’t included on this list and you’re looking for fresh juice, don’t be afraid to ask if it’s available. Cruise lines are always updating their offerings, and many ships have the capability to prepare passengers’ requests even if they aren’t found on a menu.