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Surf n’ Turf Chef Competition

About 300 people enjoyed a cook-off among eight yacht and restaurant chefs at the first Surf n’ Turf Chef Competition on April 16. Under a tent at Culinary Convenience in Ft. Lauderdale, the chefs prepared appetizers while attendees sampled and voted, giving first place honors to Chef Peter Kahan of M/Y Acqua. Talented yacht chefs swept the competition, including second place to Chef Marsell van der Westhuizen of M/Y Incentive, and third place to Chef Kevin Rico from M/Y Rebecca. The event was organized by Crew Unlimited and Culinary Convenience, and part of the proceeds benefitted the Marine Industry Cares Foundation. PHOTOS/LUCY REED

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