Michelin star and MOF judges

Who’ll be presiding over the 2022 Superyacht Chef Competition at the Monaco Yacht Club?


We’re delighted to welcome back the charming and entertaining Vincent Ferniot, a gastronomic journalist, food columnist, comedian, musician and presenter of Midi en France on France 3 (2015-2018). 
Vincent is also involved with various culinary competitions, such as the Bocuse d’or for more than twenty years, as well as the Pastry World Cup.

Follow his culinary journey on Instagram.

President of the Jury

Chef Guillaume Gomez, Member of Disciples d’Auguste Escoffier, is the youngest in history to receive the ‘Meilleur Ouvrier de France’ and he has been appointed by President Macron to be his Ambassador of Gastronomy.

Chef Gomez is presiding over our jury for this year’s superyacht chef competition.

Chef Benoît Nicolas

Benoît Nicolas was voted ‘Meilleur Ouvrier de France’ 2015 in the gastronomic cuisine category. He has also won the ‘Best Apprentice of France’ competition and the ‘Prosper Montagné’ culinary competition.

Chef Nicolas Sale

Nicolas Sale heads up two Michelin star restaurants and is international president of the Disciples d’Auguste Escoffier.

Chef Didier Anies

Michelin starred Chef Didier Anies voted ‘Meilleur Ouvrier de France’ 2000, and is now the executive chef at Château de la Tour in Cannes.

Chef Gilles Brunner

Anti-waste judge, Chef Gilles Brunner, worked for H.S.H. Prince Rainier III, at the Château de Marchais, and then from 1987 until 2004, was Chef de Cuisine at the Prince’s Palace of Monaco. 
Since 2005 Chef Gilles is a professeur de cuisine at the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier de Monaco and a Member of the Board of Directors of the Auguste ESCOFFIER Foundation.

RSVP to join the event

See the full Superyacht Chef Competition article for more details on what’s involved, when, where, who and more!

We’re looking forward to bringing together the top talent in the yachting industry for a day of competition and prizes.