Real Maine food
Experience New England Culinary Delights During Your Sailing Vacation. Check Out the Menus From a Typical Day
The cook, usually the earliest riser on a windjammer, lights the wood stove about 4:30 AM. You will awake to the smell of coffee and baked goods wafting up from the galley.An early morning snack is a delightful way to start your day. Hot coffee, tea, and juice are served on deck for early risers with fresh baked treats. Blueberry buckle, bran muffins, or sour cream coffeecake will hold you over till breakfast.
Breakfast may include ham and eggs, blueberry pancakes and sausage, hot cereal or French toast with bacon.
Cereal and fruit are always available at breakfast,
Lunches are served on deck (weather permitting) buffet style. It stars one of our hearty down east/homestyle specialties - chowder, chili, spinach lasagna, ham, or stew - with salads, fresh baked breads, all topped off with fruits and sweet treats.
At dinner, we gather round the huge varnished galley tables to enjoy a delectable entrée such as a baked stuffed haddock, breaded chicken, or New England boiled dinner. There are always lots of fresh vegetables and salads and homemade breads and desserts.