The round trip out of San Juan, Puerto Rico, set to sail on 30MAR 2024, plans to call on small ports like Culebra, known for its active reef, and Vieques with its famed Bioluminscent Bay, in Puerto Rico; Gustavia in St. Barths with its French “joie de vivre” and tiny Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands.
“I cannot wait to embark on this enchanting adventure in paradise, and I look forward to savouring exquisite Caribbean cuisine in the company of fellow globetrotters,” said Chef Bonacini.
Those who pay in full within 30 days of booking their cabin on this sailing will receive free round-trip air to the Caribbean and a Platinum Drinks Package, which includes unlimited access to cocktails, mocktails, wine, beer, and soft drinks.
Celebrity chef Michael Bonacini is the co-founder of restaurant and hospitality group Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, with locations in Toronto, Montreal, Saskatoon, Calgary and beyond.
Bonacini spent his youth helping with the family-run hotel business, where he learned the ins and outs of the hospitality industry. He was among the first chefs to showcase regional Canadian cuisine with his restaurant Canoe, and in 1996, he was awarded the Ontario Hostelry Institute's Gold Award in recognition of his significant contribution to culinary excellence in Ontario.
He was the host of COOK LIKE A CHEF and has been a recurring guest chef on daytime talk shows, including CTV’s The Marilyn Denis Show. In 2010, Michael released his first cookbook, 3 Chefs: The Kitchen Men, a collaborative effort with fellow television chefs Massimo Capra and Jason Parsons. Since 2014, Michael has served as a judge on CTV’S MasterChef Canada.
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