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9 bizarre requests given to superyacht chefs

9 bizarre requests given to superyacht chefs

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most outrageous requests received by superyacht chefs

"It's good for the libido"

Another poisonous request landed on the chopping board of Chef Craig Stevens. Currently sailing on board 62.5 metre Icon-built yacht Icon, Chef Stevens won the 49m-plus category at the 15th annual Antigua Chefs Competition. He says the strangest request he ever received from a guest was to prepare poisonous puffer fish, “because apparently it’s good for the libido."

"I said no.”

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