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Winners announced at the Antigua Chefs Competition at the Antigua Charter Yacht Show

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The 16th annual Charter Chefs Competition highlighted a three-course Christmas luncheon with a Caribbean twist. Yacht chefs created three dishes, a starter, a main course and a dessert which they presented onboard for the judges.

Yachts under 125 foot

3rd place Audrey Harper of M/Y Bamarandi

2nd place Eric J Davis of M/Y Bacchus

1st place Michelle Bonetti from M/Y Zeepard

Table setting on yachts under 125 foot

1st place Jessica of M/Y Zeepard

Yachts 125-159 feet

3rd place Jilles Kuppens of M/Y Scorpion

2nd place Shantala Tengblad of M/Y Hyperion

1st place Ben Dineen of M/Y Lady J

Table setting on yachts 125-159 feet

2nd place Danielle Jones from M/Y Lady J

1st place Zayntana from M/Y Mim

Yachts over 160 feet

3rd place Leishan Van Den Berg of M/Y Amaryllis

2nd place Diego Andra of M/Y Sea Wolf

1st place Scott Dickson of M/Y Inception

Table setting on yachts over 160 feet

2nd place Nicholina of of M/Y St David

1st place Elaine of M/Y Sea Wolf

Information from Ami Ira of Crew Unlimited

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  1. Danielle Pia Jones

    Good morning,

    I was just reading above and the name is wrong for the 2nd place table setting on M/Y Lady J..

    You have Gabrielle, and the name is supposed to be Danielle Jones

    It would be nice if you could please change that for me,

    Thank you very much!

    Hope you had a great christmas and a Happy New Year!

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