Typically, a chef does not make a perfect signature dish on their first attempt. It can take several iterations in choosing the right ingredients, knowing which seasoning will enhance the flavor without overpowering and determining the sought-after tasty balance. This could surely differentiate between a plate that gets lauded or one that’s sent back to the kitchen. It takes experience, fortitude, and lots of taste-testing to achieve the highest goal.
It’s pretty much the same way when researching a new yacht. It takes time to create the perfect custom vessel. All of the qualities mentioned above should come into play. They did with the newest Marlow 58E motoryacht, and for very specific reasons.
Owner Jeff Saplis knows his way around a kitchen and creating perfection. With a history in the food business, from working in his high school cafeteria slinging grub to fellow students to running and owning a number of fine eateries, Saplis was determined to instill that knowledge to designing his third Marlow. Key area of concern, as to be expected, was the galley/country kitchen.
As Saplis expounded to me with pure passion in his voice, “I love to cook and I love to entertain,” the Marlow 58E allowed him to setup the galley and interior as he liked. There are several components that Saplis and his wife, Anna, identified as “must-haves” to make this work.