There is a nice article about Sea Events in the September issue of Compass South. Penny Davage writes “It’s not often I get the chance to go on a boat so, even though I’m not known for my sea legs, when I was offered the opportunity to cruise with lunch on Nirvana, Mark Everington’s luxury Bavaria motor yacht, I didn’t need asking twice. The boat is just under 40 feet long, and impressive; I couldn’t believe so many amenities could be so luxuriously packed into such a small space. It can comfortable hold 12 people.”
“For our lunch we spent a delightful hour or so touring the stunning Jurassic coastline before reaching our destination of Harry’s Rocks, where we dropped anchor and were served champagne while basking in the sun, the sea gently lapping at the sides of the boat: a seafood platter of fresh Dorset lobster, crab, langoustines and king prawns. Another platter was filled with Italian cuts, Scottish smoked salmon and retro prawn-filled avocados marie rose, and wild mushrooms, Dorset goat’s cheese and pesto tartlets, wild rocket and sun-blushed tomatoes. This was followed by a platter of desserts: chocolate fudge brownies, melon kebabs, raspberry and cream tartlets and miniture scones with jam and scones.”
“It’s hard to imagine a better way to spend an afternoon. Mark describes Sea Events as the ‘thinking man’s charter’, well I didn’t do much thinking, I just chilled”.