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Q: What kind of food do we get on board?

Our motorized vessels (Plancius and Ortelius) and sailing vessels (Rembrandt van Rijn and Noorderlicht) have nearly identical dishes, though the method of dining is slightly different.

Motorized vessel meals

We serve buffet-style breakfasts aboard our motor vessels, and lunches are often buffets as well. Dinners include a main course and are served at the table.

Our buffet breakfast includes:

  • eggs, bacon, & sausage
  • hot cereal
  • baked beans
  • variety of breads
  • cold-cut meats
  • cereals
  • crackers
  • yogurt
  • jams & preserves
  • fruit platters

Lunch is often buffet style too:

  • soup & salad
  • sandwich foods
  • main course meal
  • fruit basket
  • dessert

Dinners served at the table include:

  • appetizer or salad
  • main course meal (meat, fish, or vegetarian)
  • dessert or fruit plate

Sailing vessel meals

Cuisine aboard our sailing vessels is nearly the same, though only Rembrandt offers buffet-style breakfasts. On Noorderlicht, breakfast is served at the table and includes eggs (scrambled, fried, etc.) every two days. Rembrandt includes prepared eggs every morning.

Breakfasts aboard our sailing vessels includes:

  • fresh bread
  • coffee, tea, milk, and orange juice
  • muesli
  • yogurt
  • jam & preserves
  • peanut butter, spreads, sprinkles
  • fresh fruit
  • cheeses
  • meats (salami & ham)

Lunch is often buffet style too:

  • soup & salad
  • main course meal
  • fruit basket

Dinners served at the table include:

  • choice between starter or salad
  • main course meal (meat, fish, or vegetarian)
  • dessert or fruit plate

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