For an eight night trip we plan for breakfasts, lunches and 3 dinners on board. There is an open bar on the yacht, and white and red wine is served with on board dinners. There is ample opportunity to visit local dining establishments and bars when we stop at the islands. We’ll dine on shore for 5 of the evenings and have the best lobster on Anegada.
Breakfast is jump up
We’ll put the coffee on, put out cereal, toast, yogurt, some fruit and everyone helps themselves. We’re usually underway to the next island by 9am each morning.
Lunch is a buffet
Sandwich making ingredients are spread out and it’s a make your own lunch with the ability to toast on the outdoor electric grill.
Dinners are three on board
Usually there is: