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6 Reasons Why Your Skin Might Be Freaking Out

Just like good hair days, good skin days can add both confidence to your walk and perkiness to your mood. However, sometimes—without warning—your skin can randomly switch gears into total freak-out mode, providing you with painful pimples, itchy rashes, or just generally blotchy skin.   Reason #1: Your Products Are Too Harsh “The …

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Setting Standards

VIP SERVICE SCHOOL April is upon us and the season is here so much quicker than anticipated but that is the usual story for yachts – always too much to do all at the last minute. It seems that it is the same for training and now there is just …

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Come To Cooking – The Kitchen Company

If you need to equip your galley with the best products in the market, Cooking must be your choice. We put at your disposal 300 m2 store of prestigious Premium Brands, free parking just 2’ from our shop, an efficient team English spoken language, with private shopping and opening on Sundays (prior …

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Galley Goddess: Blue Cheese

If you are of the opinion that blue cheese tastes distinctly like sweaty feet, I’d like to appoint blame and point a stinky finger in the direction of Monsieur Penicillin Roquefort. With it’s mouldy appearance, pungent smell and strong flavour, blue cheese is quite a polarising ingredient pairing well with …

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mymuybueno Cookery School In Palma

At mymuybueno Cookery School our courses only operate with 8 students at a time, therefore places are limited. Our goal is to ensure that every student who comes through our doors, walks away well equipped, and fully versed with absolute confidence in everything that they learn with us, and are …

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Stew Of The Month: Sarah Buttery

What did you do before yachting, and how did your yachting career first begin? I did many things before my yachting career but mostly worked in childcare. Some of the jobs included working in a daycare in New Zealand and as a nanny in England, Italy and France.  When I …

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The Secret Of Umami: Unlocking The Fifth Taste

This week I received a little present from the Michelin starred chef, Ricard Camarena. Apparently he has spent the last few years developing a new product called “Letern” and he very kindly sent a nicely packaged bottle to all the Michelin starred chefs in Spain. Ricard Camarena has been using …

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Easter Is On It’s Way!

Can you believe it? March and we are almost at Easter, technically the beginning of the season here in the Mediterranean. Things are starting to hot up, yachts are madly trying to get their winter work completed and stewardesses are beginning to realise that there is not that much time …

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Galley Goddess: Viva Mexico!!!

Here’s the truth folks, no fake news here, Mexican food is so good that Donald Trump wants to build a wall around it. Let me tell you, The Trump has really, really amazing taste in food, he really knows food, Right? Believe me, there is no other person that knows …

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How To Make Your Yacht More Environmentally Friendly

Thank you to Hannah Russell of Viveco who visited VIP Service School last night to give a complimentary workshop for crew on how to make their yacht interior more environmentally friendly. Hannah presented her Viveco environmentally friendly products and talked about how to make changes both now and in the future with the focus on reducing …

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