Seabound restaurants are a rare experience for most people – restaurants on far-flung islands or on beaches and coves so secluded you can only reach them by boat or plane. Restaurants like this don’t just offer up a unique environment and transit experience – they’re almost always five-star dining experiences, with eclectic and delicious food served up by all-star chefs. If you’re looking to experience one of these amazing eateries this sailing season, Enaviga can get you to one of these four incredible restaurants only reachable by boat.
An internationally renowned dining gem, Zori lies on the island of Palmizana, an island off the coast of Croatia in the waters of the Adriatic Sea. Offering a truly world-class dining experience, Zori offers traditional Croatian fine dining created from the finest and freshest ingredients available. Zori’s culinary achievements have attracted high-class and celebrity clientele from all over the world. If the Med is your destination this sailing season, make it a point to book at Zori – it’s worth it.
The Willows Inn is a unique destination on Lummi Island in Washington State. At once a restaurant and a bed and breakfast, the Willows offers up a unique and delicious menu, featuring locally sourced ingredients – most of which will have been caught or harvested the same day you eat it. From sea urchins in fermented broth to preserved quince, Willows Inn provides a fine dining experience unlike any other, so if you’re bound for the Pacific Northwest this summer, stop by.
The Old Forge Pub
One of the United Kingdom’s finest pubs, this multi-award-winning drinking and dining spot sits seven miles off the coast of Scotland. Offering a range of incredible food from locally caught seafood to venison, and serving up fine quality ales, whiskeys, and other potent potables, the Old Forge also provides live music. Boatbound visitors to Scotland won’t want to miss the Old Forge’s cozy pub experience. Accommodation is nearby, too, for those who might want to stay awhile!
Hard to miss, Forbes Island Restaurant is hallmarked by a lighthouse, the restaurant and docks built up around this mysterious floating island. Complete with palm trees, the restaurant features a grotto-like space below the surface of the water where visiting diners can view fish and other ocean wildlife as they fork their way through delicious dishes accompanied by excellent wines and cocktails. Those keen on taking in the ocean view from above can dine indoors or on the docks.
Restaurants only reachable by boat offer a unique experience – not only in the food and drink served, but in the thrill of simply getting there to begin with. Wherever your travels take you this sailing season, don’t miss out on the chance to sample one of these incredible seabound restaurants.