A healthy, tasty diet is undoubtedly an important element for a successful Greece Boat Charter.
All crewed yacht charters in Greece have high professional cooks or chefs aboard, who work hard from day until night in order to please their guests’ nutrition needs.
Motor yacht charter vessels, catamarans in Greece, sailing yachts and motor sailers they all offer amazing culinary experiences to the passengers!
While you do a Greek island hopping, your chef prepares all your meals, from an amazing buffet breakfast, to delicious lunches and to superb suppers.
Greek cuisine, especially the Cretan diet is popular aboard the Greece Boat Charter vessels. But if passengers prefer something different, the chef can easily accommodate different needs.
More specifically the chefs on board a mega yacht charter in Greece can prepare Greek cuisine, Thai cuisine, French, Italian and many more.
The Greek Olive oil, the fresh vegetables, the lean meat, the fresh fish, the red and white Greek wines… are some of the base ingredients for the chefs’ incredibly delicious creations!
How do you choose your menu and how much you can intervene in order to have the best menu for your family and guests, aboard your Greece Boat Charter?
Yacht Charter Questionnaire
Once you book your Greek yacht charter, the broker sends you a document to fill in, which is called charter questionnaire. This document has many questions about your food and beverage preferences. Once you complete the charter questionnaire the yacht broker sends it to your chef aboard your chosen boat. The chef follows your preferences and creates a custom made menu for your weekly Greek charter. It is important you mention on the charter questionnaire about your food allergies, if any.
The same procedure is followed for your beverages. Your yacht charter broker sends you a list of the available Greek or imported wines and champagne lists, along with prices. You can choose the quality and quantity of alcoholic beverages you would need for the duration of your charter. The imported wines and champagne are more expensive than local Greek products.
Once your chef has your preferences on the questionnaire, he orders the goods from his preferred local store and he has everything delivered to the boat. As a result when your embarkation day comes, everything you need for your weekly menu is aboard the vessel. Your chef makes a custom made menu for you. Some fresh products such fish, bread and vegetables are also bought on the Greek islands and everything else along with some items that are hard to find in the small villages are purchased in Athens.