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Our Menu

Cowboy Caviar. Always Served Fresh!

We love to eat and drink. That is why we also provide great quality food and drink on Serendipity Charters. We provide the food we would want to eat while sailing!Our typical menu consists of:

Fresh Fruit to start, usually pineapple. The pineapple is local and delicious and easy to eat while under sail.

Cowboy Cavier and Chips. This is usually served once we anchor as the crew needs to time to freshly prepare the mix of ingredients. Recipe below.

Chicken Tacos. Rotisserie chicken diced and served on flour or corn tortilla, topped with guacamole, sour cream, cabbage, tomato and cilantro. Each taco is custom made so we can omit anything requested. For vegetarians, we will do a refried bean stuffing.

Made to Order. Chicken, Veggie and Gluten Free Tacos Available.

Made to Order. Chicken, Veggie and Gluten Free Tacos Available.

Drinks:

For those who choose Serendipity over the booze cruise, know that we will not be serving any well drinks. Our guests can choose a variety of cocktails from:

Flor de Cana, 4 year Rum
Absolut Vodka
Jose Cuervo
Cacique (a local sugar cane alcohol)
White Wine (will vary between an Argentinian SAUVIGNON BLANC or an Organic French blend)
Demi Sec Sparking Wine or Cava
Local Beer (including light)

Cowboy Cavier
Ingredients
1 Cup of Black Beans (can could work, though we always use fresh)
1/4 cup cilantro finely chopped
1 red bell pepper finely chopped
1/2 red onion finely chopped
1 Avocado cut in large chunks
pinch of salt
table spoon of olive oil
squeeze of lime

Mix beans, cilantro, red onions, bell pepper and olive oil together, carefully add in avocado being cautious to no over mix it, and salt and squeeze lime over it all.

Author description

Geneva Garcia Ellen

About the author:Geneva Garcia Ellen is the co-founder and CEO (Capitana of Everything Onshore) of Serendipity Charters. Along with her husband, Captain Brad, she raises two wild boys, teaches part-time at La Paz Community Schools, surfs and is active in the local performing arts network.

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