Eat Well When Sailing
Why not enjoy great food when you are on a sailing holiday? Have eggs benedict for breakfast, grilled fish for lunch and a 4 course dinner. After sailing you will have worked up a great appetite, so all the more reason to eat great food.
If you are on a sunset cruise you will have chilled Champaign with canapes, followed by a 4 course dinner al-fresco.
On a weekend or week long trip you will have 2 meals on board and one ashore; half board. A continental breakfast, with freshly baked sourdough bread and a special option: such as eggs royal.
Then either lunch or dinner on board, depending on your itinerary. Eating off the boat is part of the adventure, and Foodie Sail will have booked a well recommended restaurant for each meal you are onshore.
When on a cruise you can watch your chef at work and get top tips, help out with the cooking to learn new skills, and generally improve your boat cooking skills as you sail along.
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Boat Cooking Course/Demonstration
Cooking on a boat can be challenging. A small kitchen, limited oven/hob and utensils. Not to mention the lack of storage and fridge space.
Foodie Sail have recipes designed for cooking on boats. You will see and learn great hacks to make it easier. From clever shopping, to making the most of the space you have available.
There is even the chance to make mini sourdough breads. Sourdough is fantastic on a boat and gives you fresh bread daily. And you don't even need and oven on board with our hob-top baking hack.
On a course you get get stuck in and have a go, or just watch and make notes.
The best bit is at the end, when you get to sit down and enjoy all the great food with your fellow attendees.