SeaDream Yacht Club expands dining options with vegan menu

SeaDream Yacht Club expands dining options with vegan menu

The line aims to appeal to eco- and health-conscious travellers

SeaDream Yacht Club has announced new vegan menus onboard its yachts.

The new vegan offerings will be available from 22 April 2023 on board the SeaDream II and, from May, on board the Sea Dream I in all dining venues, including the Dining Salon and Topside Restaurant.

Andreas Brynestad, SeaDream Yacht Club senior vice president of Global Sales, Marketing and Operations, said: “With decades of experience in the whole foods and wellness areas, we are excited to expand our culinary offerings to include more vegan dining options than ever before, as we strive to provide exceptional culinary experiences that are aligned with our commitment to sustainability.

“We have carefully curated a variety of delicious and nutritious plant-based dishes that showcase the best of local and seasonal ingredients, providing our guests with healthy and sustainable dining choices.”

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SeaDream Yacht Club’s culinary team, led by chef Tomasz Kozlowski, has completed extensive training in plant-based cooking techniques.

In addition to catering to vegan guests, SeaDream Yacht Club also offers a number of other dietary options, including gluten-free, vegetarian, high-protein, pescatarian and Keto. 

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