Experience the adventure of “Fish of the Day” aboard a Jeanneau! Set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes, this television show from New Zealand introduces you to fishing and the culinary arts aboard a Merry Fisher, a Leader and a Velasco. Here is a clip, selected just for you, aboard a Velasco 43F!
Follow along with Clarke and Chef Anthony McNamara on their final fishing adventures and culinary discoveries!
Clarke Gayford and Anthony McNamara share images of their cruise aboard a Velasco 43F, under the sign of Pisces.
At the heart of the Great Barrier Island, North of New Zealand, Clarke and Anthony take us cruising on a Jeanneau flybridge inboard powerboat, the Velasco 43F. On a turquoise sea, surrounded by fantastic green hills and mountains, Clarke and Anthony go angling, sharing simple moments and so much enjoyment!
In the programme, “Fish of the Day,” you can also salivate at the idea of eating shellfish, clams and fresh fish caught by Clarke and Anthony. What can be better than a chef cooking all this delicate seafood with passion? Anthony McNamara manages the restaurant, Luxe Waiheke, on the island of the same name, near Auckland. He prepares traditional recipes for Clarke with their catch of the day, caught from aboard their Velasco 43F. You can find the recipes prepared on “Fish of the Day” episodes on the website: fishoftheday.tv/recipes.
It will soon be the end of our journey with “Fish of the Day,” but Jeanneau has saved a few more images for you.
About “Fish of the Day”
“Fish of the Day” is a television show in which fishing serves as the perfect excuse to discover fabulous destinations.
In each episode, Clarke Gayford, a well-known television presenter in New Zealand, makes it a point of honour to catch incredible fish in stunning scenery. Through his encounters, each one more enriching and joyous than the last, he enhances the fresh-caught fish by featuring it in a traditional recipe prepared by a renowned chef.
The show pays particular attention to the ecosystem and the environment. Fishing can be both extraordinary and environmentally friendly!
“Fish of the Day” is broadcast on National Geographic, Prime TV and NZ Air.