Bermuda Fishing

Wedding Charters: Now Available

Have you ever dreamed of getting married at sea?  If you are interested in small private wedding or elopement on the ocean waters, look no further!  This vintage fishing vessel can accommodate the bride, groom, two witnesses, two additional guests, and an officiant comfortably for an intimate wedding charter.  Hop aboard and Early Bird Charters will provide the rest for a ceremony you will not soon forget! Charters are three hours long, which leaves plenty of time after the ceremony to cruise around for a bit and enjoy the sunset and a cocktail!

Jim (Captain of Early Bird Charters) & Melanie (Photographer of Fiander Foto) aboard Troubadour for Their Wedding. Photo by: Corbin Gurkin

Jim (Captain of Early Bird Charters) & Melanie (Photographer of Fiander Foto) aboard Troubadour for Their Wedding. Photo by: Corbin Gurkin

Package also includes professional wedding photographer, Melanie Fiander West of Fiander Foto, to capture your Wedding aboard Troubadour!  Three hours of shooting and all of the high-resolution images are included.  Clients may purchase additional time and items à la carte. Images are delivered via an online gallery that can be used for downloading, print and canvas wrap orders, and social media sharing.  Clients will also have the option to order a wedding album designed by Fiander Foto.

Please note: charters are weather dependent for safety purposes. Details for "rain dates" can be arranged.

Bermuda Fish Chowdar Recipe

Photo By: Melanie of  Fiander Foto

The benefit of buying a whole fish is that you get to keep the rack (skeleton).  Fill a large pot with water and boil the rack down for 20 minutes on high to make an amazing broth for your fish chowder! We enjoy the recipe below:

  1. Heat oil in a large soup pot over medium heat. Add celery, carrots, onion, green pepper, and garlic; saute about 8 minutes.
  2. Stir in tomato paste, and cook 1 minute. Add fish broth (from the rack), potatoes, canned tomatoes with juice, Worcestershire sauce, jalapeno pepper, bay leaf, and ground black pepper. Simmer until potatoes are tender, stirring about every 30 minutes.
  3. Add fish. Simmer until snapper is easily flaked with fork, about 10 minutes.