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CocoCay - Quick tour of Skipper's Grill

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Thought it would be a good idea to post a quick photo look around of the offerings a Skipper's Grill on CocoCay. I'm going to assume that Chill Grill would have the same offerings.

Per signage, the hours of operation are 11:30 to 3:00 

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Starting off it was nice seeing the beverage station outside of the buffet area. This area also has a soft serve machine.

Getting a closer look at the beverage island area.

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Better view of the drink dispensers

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I'm not sure if the beer by the ounce dispenser is covered by the beverage package or not. Also want to say a hand washing station was on the other side of the dispensers.

Fruit carving just so you know where you were.

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Skipper's Grill was divided up into multiple sections.

Once for cold salads and pre-made sandwiches.

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Some sandwiches being made.

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Grill stations with the classic hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, corn, and not shown fries.

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Next up was a taco/mexican station, here they had chicken, beef, pulled pork, rice, and beans. (Need to double check if I have any pictures)

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Finally two different topping stations. One geared towards burger fixings and the other for taco fixings.

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Finally a photo just for drool factor. This plate was a cuban sandwich (made with a soft sweet style bread), rice and beans plus some of the pulled pork.

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Also forgot to mention there is a small bar counter within the Skipper's Grill area. Don't recall if they did blended drinks but they did carry plenty of beers and spirits.

Only major complaint I had was food temperature, nothing seemed really that hot. Most of what I tried was almost warm, some stuff was hot but for the most part it wasn't consistent. I might mark that as being there probably when they first opened around 11:30. Overall they weren't that busy at the time.

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17 hours ago, Blondie511 said:

What no dessert? (Like I don’t get enough all day every day on a cruise!)

Knew I forgot to take photos of a station! From what I recall it was fruit, cookies, and brownies.

Personally, I'd rather head over to a Snack Shack for a funnel cake. Can also get the brownies with or without caramel sauce poured over at the Snack Shack as well.

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I assume the drinks, sodas, etc. (not asking about the beer) are included if we have the refreshment package and DBP?

AND...taco bar!!!! TACO BAR!!! I could eat "mexican food" all day, every day.  Any version, mexican, tex-mex, etc.  I am SSSOOOOO looking forward to El Loco on the Navigator NEXT MONTH!!

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53 minutes ago, JennyB said:

I assume the drinks, sodas, etc. (not asking about the beer) are included if we have the refreshment package and DBP?

AND...taco bar!!!! TACO BAR!!! I could eat "mexican food" all day, every day.  Any version, mexican, tex-mex, etc.  I am SSSOOOOO looking forward to El Loco on the Navigator NEXT MONTH!!

Correct, CocoCay is treated as an extension of the ship when it comes to honoring beverage packages.

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6 minutes ago, CGTLH said:

Correct, CocoCay is treated as an extension of the ship when it comes to honoring beverage packages.

I think I knew that, but after looking at these photos, it didn't look like any way to "police" that. 

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2 minutes ago, JennyB said:

I think I knew that, but after looking at these photos, it didn't look like any way to "police" that. 

It is easy to police it, just like it was before the Perfect Day.  You have to go to the bars to get any beverage that is not their "free" beverages.  

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7 minutes ago, JennyB said:

I think I knew that, but after looking at these photos, it didn't look like any way to "police" that. 

The dispensers in the photos are for drinks that are included for everyone. Exception being the beer tap, that had a card swipe.

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On 6/2/2019 at 11:45 PM, CGTLH said:

Knew I forgot to take photos of a station! From what I recall it was fruit, cookies, and brownies.

Personally, I'd rather head over to a Snack Shack for a funnel cake. Can also get the brownies with or without caramel sauce poured over at the Snack Shack as well.

OH MY are you telling me you can get Funnel Cake on the island free?  I know where im going to be all day!!

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