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Food Yachts on the Intracoastal Waterways of Jupiter, Florida will soon be recommended for approval at the town council vote which is scheduled for January 19, 2016.

A 40 foot catamaran named: Food Yacht is planning to be moored near the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

“It’s always been my dream to cook and serve food on the water. The menu will have conch, seafood, shrimp and other Florida seafood infused with that Caribbean style. Plus, we’ll serve regular burgers and hot dogs,” said the 37-year-old Miami native who has cooked for about a decade at The Food Shack, a popular Jupiter eatery on U.S. 1 known for its long lines and lively atmosphere."

This take out only dining yacht wants to sell food and nonalcoholic drinks during the daytime on Sunday’s on the beautiful Intracoastal waterways. If business goes well, Food Yacht will open from Friday to Sunday.

“Boaters are used to seeing smaller food vessels at that location. Allie’s Snack Shack floated there from 2000 to 2010. A new owner took over until this past year when the permit expired. The location since has been vacant. Food won’t be the only thing sold on the Food Yacht they will also offer sunglasses, hats, life jackets, rain gear and fishing tackle will be for sale.”

 Hungry? Thirsty? Sunburned? It is all available on the water in JUPITER!

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