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Crew Eye: In the galley with Chef Velez

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One way to test a chef during a job interview is to have him prepare a treat.

Chef Enrique Velez created apple cinnamon Indian samosas on board M/Y Clarity in March to highlight some of his skills.

He has worked as chef and freelance chef on several yachts, including M/Y Octopussy, a 143-foot Heesen; M/Y Encore, a 110-foot Leopard; M/Y Ares, a 108-foot Ferretti; M/Y Caryali, a 147-foot Alloy Yacht; M/Y Amore Mio, a 100-foot Ferretti; M/Y Renaissance, a 110-foot Westport; and M/Y Synthesis 66, a 140-foot Feadship.

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Chef Enrique Velez

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