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Our charter consultants receive many comments about our blogs. Specific questions surface regarding our recent blog about yacht menus. That blog, “Yacht Charter Vacations: How is the Food?”, is tasty!
Readers request additional menu samples. It is great that readers want more menus! The meals shown during a Caribbean yacht charter vacation can be truly amazing.
The recent Antigua Charter Yacht Show welcomes some yachting professionals aboard superyacht DIAMOND A (x-ULTIMA III). They get the opportunity to sample Chef Duncan Thomson and Chef Adam Rice’s menu.
First, Captain Owen Jones welcomes guests onboard with a glass of champagne. He serves this in the main saloon. Second, guests then enjoy a tour of the yacht. Third, guests walk to the large, round main dining table. The table is beautifully set by Chief Stewardess Lana Greenwood and her team.
The first course is Seared Spanish Mackerel with Tomato Vinaigrette, Celery Seed, and Micro Celery. Next comes the main course. It is a Whole Roasted Sea Bass. In addition, endive braised in orange juice, almonds, saffron, and champagne-infused green grapes.
The last, [ of ] course, is the dessert. The incredible dessert is a lemon Tartlette, Bruleed Meringue, Cardamom and Coconut Ice Cream with Pine Nut Praline.
In conclusion, the food, prepared by chefs Duncan and Adam, is delicious. Not only that, but all present report the quality of the service as outstanding as well!
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