(3:30 p.m. EDT) -- Azamara, a luxury-cruising arm of Royal Caribbean, is upping its dining game with the introduction of two new menus.

The line has released its first-ever vegan menu, which is now being offered in select venues across the fleet. In addition, several new dishes are now available at Aqualina, its fine-dining Italian specialty restaurant.

The vegan menu -- which includes dishes such as Tofu Satay with Nasi Goreng, Pesto Pasta with Olives and Sundried Tomatoes and Moroccan Spiced Kebab with Almond Couscous Salad Mint and Lemon -- will be available for lunch and dinner in the Discoveries main dining room, and dinner in the Prime C and Aqualina specialty restaurants.

While dishes on the vegan menu don't bear an additional charge, diners still have to pay the specialty restaurants' fee of $30; passengers staying in suites dine for free. The menu offers 16 vegan main courses as well as six appetizers, four soups and eight side dishes.

Aqualina's new dinner menu, which also will be available on all three Azamara ships, adds more authentic Italian cuisine options like Gnocchi con Salsiccia and Aragosta con Linguine al nero di seppia e Frutti di Mare. The standard fee of $30 for non-suite guests still applies.