Grant Young, Skipper of Dama de Noche is delighted to announce that Juliana Siqueira is joining Dama de Noche for the Mediterranean season.
Cooking is part of Julianna family's tradition in fact they are united by the kitchen! She has sailed since she was 15 years old and by crewing boats on deliveries and expeditions she found that she was very comfortable cooking onboard. She was invited to study culinary arts in Argentina and became a chef/mate/stew in the Caribbean with a colleague.
Julianna describes her profile as a chef who works along with the seasons. She likes using local fresh ingredients. Seafood, spices, fresh veggies and international twist is her trade mark. She likes mixing Asian influences with Mediterranean cuisine, traditional Brazilian recipes with central American ingredients and much more.
Aboard Dama de Noche she will bring to the guests an unique experience and global culinary. From simple daily recipes with international twists to fancy traditional meals from old recipe books. Always trying to combine her skills with local influences!
Juliana is delighted to join the crew of Dama de Noche and continue the first class food and service the yacht has become renowned for.