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The Chef’s Competition made its return this year to the annual MYBA Charter Show held in Genoa each spring. With an ‘International Brunch with Baked Goods Basket’ theme, nine chefs were honored in three categories.

Among yachts larger than 50m, the winners are:

Chef Cameron Davis of M/Y Galaxy took first.

Second went to Chef Pepijn Mittelmeijer of M/Y Polar Star.

Third went to Chef Graham Dutton of M/Y Turquoise.

Among yachts 37-49m, the winners are:

Chef Micail Swindells of M/Y Zoom Zoom Zoom took first.

Second went to Chef Matthew Sumner of S/Y Roxane.

Third went to Chef Jochen Provoost of M/Y Sirocco.

Among yachts 36m and under, the winners are:

Chef Giles de Cambourg of M/Y Leonardo took first.

Second went to Chef Antonio Fernandez Figueras of M/Y Heliad II.

Third went to Chef Barbara Fanera of M/Y Baltazar.

The competition also recognized interior crew with the Yacht Service Award. Among yachts larger than 50m, the winner is Chief Stew Marie Cupang of M/Y Auspicious, with an honorable mention to the chef and crew of M/Y Galaxy.

Among yachts 37-49m, the winner is Chief Stew Mikaela Marinova of S/Y Roxane, with an honorable mention to the chef and crew of S/Y Eleonora.

Among yachts 36m and under, the winner is Chief Stew Sha Mariemuthu of M/Y Sunliner X, with an honorable mention to the chef and crew of M/Y Sultana.

More than 50 charter yachts and 60 exhibitors attended this year’s MYBA Charter Show. The largest was the 74m M/Y Naia (formerly Pegaso).

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