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Eternity, Harle, Joy takes top honors in Antigua chef contest

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The chefs and interior crew of M/Y Eternity, M/Y Harle and S/Y Joy won the top prizes at this year’s Concours de Chef during the 57th annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show. The theme for the 19th annual contest, held Dec. 8, was a New Year’s eve dinner party. And the winners are:

For yachts over 160 feet:
1st M/Y Eternity Chef Peter “Frosty” Frost
2nd M/Y Go Chef Micail Swindells
3rd M/Y Galaxy Chef David Pearson
Honorable mention M/Y Amaryllis Chef Megan Ross
Tablescaping: M/Y Eternity Eka Flores

For yachts 126-159 feet:
1st M/Y Harle Chef Sebastian Springer
2nd M/Y Berilda Chef Jamie Sparks
3rd M/Y Ruya Chef Philip Clarke
Tablescaping: M/Y Berilda Robyne McNeil

For yachts up to 125 feet:
1st S/Y Joy Chef Desiree Pierce
2nd M/Y Arion Chef Inn Boisson
3rd M/Y Unbridled Chef Ely Reyad
Tablescaping: M/Y Unbridled Katie Kisch

Yacht crew smiled, cleaned and hopped their way through the show. Several of the 23-member crew of M/Y Laurel, a 240-foot (73m) Delta, took a pause for a photo, from left, Deck-Engr. Paul Soper, 3d Stew Shani Davies, and Capt. Roy Hodges. The crew also welcomed locals on board for a look at the the inside of yachting. And M/Y Pura Vida hosted a broker lunch on the second day, prepared by Chef Emily Cabanas. Capt. Jordan Gibson, Stew Nichola Gibson, and Deck/Engr. Stefan Najbicz kept the 99-foot Moonen in show-ready form. Photos by Billy Black, Capt. Roy Hodges and Lara-Jo Houghting

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