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Chef Andris Reinsons dies


Longtime yacht Chef Andris Reinsons was found dead outside his home in Newport, R.I., on Jan. 22, according to his former wife, Cynthia Reinsons. The cause of his death is as yet uncertain. Chef Reinsons worked for eight years on M/Y Arioso, a 130-foot Westport, and also worked on M/Y Cherosa, a 160-foot Swiftships. He also served as sous chef on M/Y Excellence III.

To see photos of his life, visit and search “Cynthia Forte.”

He is survived by his mother, Zenta; his brother, Edmunds; daughters Sabrine and Samantha; and cousins Inese, Jason and Peter.

A memorial service was held Jan. 31 in Newport.

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