Watch the sun set on beautiful Penobscot Bay
This is a three hour sunset sail in the least crowded “restaurant” in Belfast! All seating has a water view!
A dinner sail is a unique way to spend an evening. Amy picked two recipes for guests to choose from which are elegant, tasty and not too difficult to prepare in the boat's small galley. Dan and Amy strive to promote communtiy sustainability with their business practices. The Haddock is freshly caught and purchased from Belfast fishermen, most of the spices and vegetables are purchased from local area farmers, the Belfast co-op, at the farmer’s market or are picked from Amy's own garden. The desert is provided by Lindsay Schortz, owner of "Let Them Eat Cake," a small Belfast bakery. Knowing exactly where and how the food was grown makes it taste that much better.
Begin your dinner sail with an appetizer of zucchini cakes or cheese and local apples. We get our zucchinis from BAHNER farm in Belmont.
The best way to cook a fresh piece of Haddock is to cook it simply. Haddock is a mild white fish, firm and flaky when cooked well. Amy tops the Haddock filet with an herbed crunchy parmesean crust. It is paired with local red potatoes and parsley, and seasonal local, organic, vegetables.
The other dinner option is a marinated grilled flank steak from Wee-bit farm. It is also paired with local red potatoes and parsley, and seasonal local, organic, vegetables.
Amy will serve beautiful, individual Blueberry pies, made from small local, low bush blueberries.
Dinner will be served in the comfort of the pilothouse. You are out of the wind, but still have an unobstructed, spectacular view. The pilothouse is also where the Captain steers Miss Nina.
All the dinners will include tea, lemonade or water as a beverage. We cannot offer any alcohol with your dinner, but you are certainly welcome to provide your own.
When you call to make your reservation, please let Amy know of any food allergies as well as your dinner choice.
Three-hour sail, please call for reservations.
Time of trip: 3 hours, Approximate sailing schedule: 5 - 8 p.m.
Cost: $100 / person.