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What do you do for food on a day cruise?

We usually bring sandwiches or wraps, and olives, cheese, etc...

But I have seen so many folks with hibachi's on the back rail...

So, should day sailing be a gourmet event or not?
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

It all depends on how you feel heck I BBQ in the dead of winter as far as food for a day sail I say eat whatever you want to
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

It depends upon who is sailing with me and how much time they wish to take away from sailing in order to eat. Most of the time, it's a wrap or hoagie, a couple cans of light beer, and a pack of Reeses cups for desert. That's the menu for ME.

Now, it the trip will end after sundown, a late day sail and supper is involved, something will end up on that gas grill hanging on the stern. Most of the time it will be kielbasa or a Johnsonville Griller, some grilled veggies, and wash it all down the a Green Coconut Margaretta. Oh Yeah!

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It's all good.
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

Cook like you wouod at home or what you feel like, depending on what you have onboard. I love cooking of course...especially on the boat.

No way to really answer your question, its kind of open
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Paella!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

Sail to a Dockside Restaurant...have lunch....take a nap ..sail home.. ?
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

jajaja awesome....next on the list



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