Posted by Kate Adams in About Us
A major part of our business is when we work with some of the most amazing super yachts to create events on-board these boats. Both our Directors come from a Yacht Catering background and can advise clients of exactly what will work for their event.
So how do you decide on a boat to choose? Why choose a boat over a venue on-land? And then how on earth do you organise the logistics of an event on the water? You simply leave it to the team at Adams & Adams. We work with key Charter Agents throughout the region so can find the perfect boat for you and indeed have access to some rather special super yachts not usually available on the charter market.
And then our experience of working on board really kicks in. Imagine, for example Monaco Grand Prix when roads are closed, all your guests and staff need Grand Prix accreditation and the port is teeming with tenders trying to get in and out to deliver equipment, food and more importantly your guests! We’ve worked at the Monaco Grand Prix for more than 10 years and will create your event on board effortlessly and with the efficiency that our clients have come to expect from Adams & Adams.
Key events where we work on board will be Cannes Film Festival, Monaco Yacht Show, MIPIM and then of course the many private summer parties in St Tropez. So if you are holding an event on-board call the team at Adams & Adams.
Posted by Kate Adams in Receipes & How To
Thank you to the tea at I Quit Sugar for this fabulous boost of energy, much needed this morning and great at any time of the day. And how easy is this to prepare when you’re short of time at breakfast?
Green Goddess Smoothie
1/3 medium frozen banana.
1 cup baby spinach leaves or kale, stalks removed, torn.
1/2 cup chopped cos lettuce, or whatever greens you have.
1/2 teaspoon greens powder, optional.
1/4 cup frozen berries (any type).
1 small handful mint leaves, torn.
1 1/2 cup coconut water.
1 teaspoon chia seeds.
1/4 cup ice cubes.
Fresh berries and a sprinkle of cinnamon to serve.
Throw all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Add more coconut water if it is still a little thick.
Serve with raspberries and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Pour into a glass and drink.
Posted by Kate Adams in News & Press
You build houses, cars, statues and more and parade them through the streets – well, that’s what we do here in the South of France. This year, Menton is celebrating the 82nd ‘Fete du Citron’ with the theme of ‘The Tribulations of a Lemon in China’.
The festival is a celebration of lemons (and oranges) and these humble fruits are transformed into the most amazing sculptures displayed throughout the town. There is also the Golden Fruit Parade, sales of many lemon related products and of course the Garden of Lights.
So if you’re feeling a case of the Winter Blues then this display of vibrant yellow and orange silhouetted against the azure skies of the Cote d’Azur will certainly raise your spirits.
The Festival runs from 14th February until the 4th March