Boat magazine says that Cayman's food scene is attracting superyachts
A recent article in Boat magazine says that Cayman's world-leading culinary scene is starting to attract superyachts.
The article, dated February 21, says that "the superyacht community has been equally slow to discover Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac... with fewer than a dozen visiting each year." Among the few that visit are the late Paul Allen’s 92-metre 'Tatoosh'.
The article said that after diving, food is the new thing up Cayman's sleeve, referring to a few gems on island that are creating the buzz.
The article states that
"The food buzz is based around Grand Cayman, where yachts can base themselves at either the superyacht berths in George Town Harbour or on the superyacht mooring created for Tatoosh, at the north end of West Bay, to explore the 200-plus restaurants on shore. From old-school fish-fry with rice and peas (there is still a strong Jamaican influence on the island) at the brightly coloured, beachside Heritage Kitchen to exquisite seared wahoo with smoky mashed potato on an overwater deck at the Cracked Conch, there is a vibrancy to Cayman cuisine."
Way to go Cayman!