It takes a lot to make waves in the Hamptons, but Dom Pérignon raised the bar for yacht charters in the East this summer.
Instead of just spilling bottles of the quintessential bubbly on your boat, you can now arrange to charter the brand’s custom-designed 88-foot yacht and be treated to lunch by Masa Takayama, chef at three-Michelin-starred sushi restaurant Masa. New York.
Guests booking a cruise will have four hours aboard the Sanlorenzo yacht. Chauffeur, glasses of Dom Pérignon, butler and DJ on board, plus a unique omakase menu created by mastermind Masa.
His menu is designed to pair with Dom Pérignon’s three latest Champagnes: Vintage 2012, Rosé 2008 and Vintage 2003 Plénitude 2. If you want to be first, this is the first time his omakase experience has been offered on board a yacht.
The food will be prepared in the yacht’s open kitchen, so you can watch the chefs in action if you tire of the view from the sun deck of the quiet natural beauty of the peninsula and the massive mansions on the waterfront. The yacht has a minimalistic black and white color scheme with ample air-conditioned outdoor and indoor space.
A four-hour cruise for six guests costs $30,000. It departs from Sag Harbor Village Marina or Guerney Star Island Marina in Montauk. If your budget exceeds $30,000, Dom Pérignon offers other packages, including a caviar and champagne cruise starting at $15,000. Reservations are available from August 17 to 31 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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