Jess Lloyd-Mostyn
Sailing Today|November 2020
Jess Lloyd-Mostyn
All that fresh air means sailors generally have a healthy appetite. Meanwhile, blue water cruising broadens the palette, but too often it’s feast or famine
When the only thing that changes about your home is the location you anchor it in you cannot help but draw comparisons. And the single thing that tends to occupy our minds in such appraisals is the food.

We eat well on board - better than we ever did in our land life - and are largely dependent on the quality and proximity of local fresh produce markets. So that means that the trendy buzzwords of eating ‘locally and seasonally’ are lost on us as that’s all that you can do when you’re long term sailing the world. It also results in times of plenty and times of shortage - never of anything that one needs for nutrition I hasten to add - but in terms of certain favourites.

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November 2020