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“We’re considering a New England yacht charter for this summer. Should we plan and budget to eat most dinners ashore at local hotspots and trendy restaurants?
Thanks, Penny R.”
Dear Penny,There are many elements of a yachting holiday that make the overall experience memorable. First, a clean, luxurious yacht. Second, a professional crew. Third, a great destination, like New England.
However, you’ll be happy to know that fourth, the meals and the total dining experience you can enjoy onboard will also be part of your lasting memories!
The chefs on most yachts rival the very best chefs around the world, and the meals they create are nothing short of amazing!
Peter Williams, the executive chef onboard the 191-foot motor yacht CARPE DIEM was kind enough to pass along some samples from his galley.
The choice is yours! You plan your menu with your chef. Vegetarian? No problem. Kosher? Absolutely. Low cholesterol? Certainly! You decide what you want to eat. If you decide to have the same delicious homemade pizza every night, it’s your choice! This is YOUR vacation! You can be as decadent as you want with menus and snacks. Your wish if your crewmembers’ command!
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We see great menus on Caribbean yacht charter boats, but we’re not sure this next recipe hits with yacht charter chefs:
Florida marine conservationists have a simple “recipe.” They say, EAT the lionfish!
With few natural predators, Lionfish rapidly spread throughout the Caribbean and Atlantic waters. They voraciously prey on local fish, shrimp, and crab populations across the region and in Florida. Lionfish are a huge risk to world-famous coral reefs of the south.
Bahamas yacht charter clients constantly see these venomous creatures.
The Key Largo-based REEF conservation organization released “The Lionfish Cookbook.” It is a collection of 45 recipes to combat the red lionfish.
With no government funds available to provide bounties or removal programs, conservationists hope to create a commercial demand for the fish.
“It’s absolutely good eating — a delicacy. It’s delicately-flavored white meat, very buttery,” boasts Lad Akins. He is the director of special projects for the Reef Environmental Education Foundation. Akins authored the cookbook along with professional chef Tricia Ferguson.
Researchers believe that Hurricane Andrew caused Red Lionfish to invade Florida waters in 1992. During that year, an aquarium broke and at least six fish spilled into Miami’s Biscayne Bay.
The cookbook not only shares useful tips on collecting, handling, and preparing lionfish, but also provides expert background on its ecological impact.
Are you ready to explore the Caribbean and taste some delicious lionfish menu items? Click https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/ to start planning your vacation with 1-800 Yacht Charters.
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Some clients choose a vacation on a crewed catamaran in the Caribbean. Other clients choose a static event on a MIPIM yacht in Nice, France. The question we are most often asked is, “How is the food?”
We have over 30 years’ experience in the luxury mega yacht charter industry. We honestly answer questions about the food with a resounding, single word, “amazing!”
The reason that private yacht charter vacation food is so amazing is quite simple. With the largest yachts in the world competing for a handful of clients, the onboard meals and presentation is critical. It must rival the fare of the finest 3-star Michelin restaurants.
Wake up on your Monaco Grand Prix Yacht in Monte Carlo. A full day of sightseeing and F1 racing awaits you. You are hungry! Step into the galley and ask the chef what meals he or she has planned for the day.
We asked that of Chef Selina Stansfield onboard 180 foot superyacht MARIE. She responded with this decadent, Race Day sample dinner menu.
Salad of balsamic marinated Italian figs with mozzarella di buffalo.
Grilled Mediterranean Sea Bass, macadamia nut pesto, asparagus risotto.
Slow-baked hazelnut meringues with Valhrona chocolate mousse.
Do you like privacy, picturesque settings, and gourmet food? Does your dream vacation include these items? If so, contact a charter specialist at 1-800 Yacht Charters today. Book now here at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/
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