The Life Of A Superyatch Chef

October 23, 2012 in Daily Bulletin

Sheena McKenzie talked to a chef whose cooked meals on yachts for notable guests including Bon Jovi and Bill Clinton, to find out what it’s like to cook for the world’s elite on the seven seas:

  • The biggest challenge of preparing food on a yacht is the limited space. While in most professional kitchens you have a separate pastry section and a meat section, in the narrow confines of a superyacht you have to do everything in one place.
  • Chefs must also plan their meals around the fact that they may not have the opportunity to go to a supermarket for weeks at a time.
  • The Chefs are rewarded handsomely. Not only do they get to travel the world, they can be paid up to $13,000 a month.

Read more about what the experience is like over here.

Source: CNN