Yacht provisioning and supply guides
A superyacht chef usually has full control over what food is ordered during a charter, with this said it is not as simple as one may think. Yachting Pages has put together some guides to help any yacht chef create signature dishes, while maintaining their galley budget. See below for some local and expert advice on produce in popular regions.
This guide is for any yacht chef that wants to know what to expect from a quality yacht provisioning company. It gives a list of tips from leading industry provisioners as well as examples of last-minute superyacht supplies.
Local food is fresher, usually higher quality and in most cases organic. When food is not in season locally, it’s either grown in a hothouse or shipped in from overseas and both will affect the taste quality. Find out how taste, your health, budget and even the environment will benefit by deciding to cook a meal that’s both locally grown.
When chartering a yacht or superyacht in the Mediterranean most will at some point consider Spain and soon after Ibiza. This beautiful island offers some of the freshest fruit and vegetables available, but also offers some local delicacies many yacht chefs may not have heard of before.
As the French Riviera remains one of the main summer luxury yacht charter destinations, a leading yacht supplier on the French Riviera, has compiled a list of top ten seasonal fruit and vegetables grown in this corner of France to ask your local provisioning company for
Monaco is heavily influenced by French and Italian styles and their food is no different. Read this article to find out what speciality dishes you could prepare your guests who are from Monaco or visiting Monaco and also find the top three tips from a leading provisioner when sourcing supplies from this tiny state.