A taste of the Pacific Northwest: Dine like a local
We are proud to provision our ships in perfect harmony with the terrain we explore. Our dedicated team has crafted a culinary program that raises the bar on locality, sustainability, and seasonality. The goal of our approach is to cross-utilize ingredients from a 150-mile radius, manage our fisheries, and provision sustainable products with minimal processing and no added hormones or antibiotics. Depending on the itinerary you choose you can look forward to tasting the region’s very soil, air, and water in the form of delicious culinary opportunities like these:
Salmon straight from the river
Weekly updates on salmon runs sent by our supplier help us map out our menu. Dine on King (chinook) and Coho salmon fished directly from the Columbia and, depending on time of year, from surrounding tributaries like the Cowlitz, Kalama, and Lewis rivers.
Foraged mushrooms & other wild veggies
A special delivery brings us the best of the hunt from fields and forests within a 50-mile radius of where we travel—morel mushrooms, chanterelles, fiddle ferns, ramps, wild garlic scapes, and more—changing with the seasons and availability.
Upcycling-sustained meat and beer
New to our vendor list, Fulton Farms and Oregon Natural Meats upcycle over 20 million pounds of brewer’s grain from Ninkasi Brewery each year. Normally disposed of in landfills, this grain now feeds the cattle from which they produce ground beef. Enjoy both their meat and beer on board.
We’ve cultivated deep relationships in the region allowing our chefs to handpick produce from places like Moscow Farmers Market, Drapers Girl Farm, Pullman Farmers Market and Wilson Banner Ranch where we buy local apples, multiple types of squash, hackberries, pears, and fresh apple cider. Customized produce deliveries from Duck Delivery bring additional seasonal delicacies aboard.
Local wine and beer
Wines served aboard represent the various growing areas and grape varieties which embody the region’s best—including vintners like Sokol Blosser whom we have worked directly with for eight years. Located on 85 acres of organic estate in the Willamette Valley, this family-owned and -run winery is committed to sustainable practices, from reducing water and energy usage to maintaining beehives that contribute to the bee population. Enjoy their wines by the glass or the bottle at dinner and Recap each evening. And for beer aficionados aboard we also serve an array of the region’s best craft brews like Full Sail or Deschutes.
To see our providers, simply click on a category:
A cooperative that has grown from 14 to 120 family ranches located in 13 Western states, with over 100,000 mother cows grazing on approximately 6.3 million acres of land.
A group of Wheeler County, Oregon farmers who produce better beef by raising stress-free animals without hormones or antibiotics.
The pioneer of Washington and Oregon-raised fresh chicken since 1935. Each flock is tracked from the egg to the store, ensuring all natural northwestern chicken.
For over 50 years, Carlton Farms has sold all-natural pork that is never treated with artificial colors or flavors during cutting, curing or aging.
Named the first sustainable hog operation in the U.S. in 2007, Pure Country Pork raises their animals in a sustainable and natural environment and never uses antibiotics, hormones or growth stimulants.
In the rolling hills where the Gorge meets the Blue Mountains, this purveyor has used antibiotic - and hormone-free meat in bacon, sausage, hams and more for over 50 years.
Free-range lambs that graze only on the rolling foothills of Willamette Valley, Oregon, raised by 5th generation ranchers.
A vertically integrated, family-owned company that opened their first processing plant in 1983 to better serve customers by going directly to the source.
An 80-year-old, family-run smokehouse in Astoria, Oregon with four generations of fishermen, fish buyers and processors.
A ‘Best Choice’ on many seafood watch lists and on the Monterey Bay Aquariums “Super Green List” for proactive, sustainable fish farming techniques.
A century-old farm run by 4th generation farmers providing eggs from organically raised hens living cage-free.
A large cooperative that markets certified organic products, you’ll probably find Organic Valley milk and half-and-half in your local grocery.
Made up of 110 dairy farms committed to animal welfare, the Tillamook county Creamery Association as formed in 1909.
Since 1924, Yami has sold milk and yogurt in and around Washington.
Growers dedicated to producing the finest quality grains using no-till and crop rotation methods to enrich the soil and also to creating an honest partnership between farmer and customer.
Local purveyor of radishes, onions, cilantro, beets, leeks and more. Available in organically or conventionally grown.
Spinach, tomato, corn, eggplant and squash are among wide range of produce grown here.
Represents some of the finest produce growers in the Pacific Northwest, and specializes in unique fruits and vegetables.
Family farm specializing in fresh produce: apples, blueberries, pears, peaches and more.
Distributor of fresh, high quality fruits, vegetables and custom-cut produce for over 30 years.
A 3rd generation family farm offering apples, watermelon and vegetables.
The first company in the Pacific Northwest to provide local, year-round certified organic fresh herbs.
Third generation family of farmers that grow a diverse variety of vegetables on 1,200 acres, and leaders in developing new ways to improve farms’ diversity and boost production without relying on chemicals.
Grown in the Pacific Northwest since 1928, a family owned and operated mushroom farm.
A large stone fruit and apple grower and shipper.
A family farm supplying fresh vegetables and strawberries locally since 1945.
Willamette Valley-grown broccoli, cucumbers, parsley, peppers, radishes, beets and more.
Potatoes grown in the Skagit Valley’s ideal conditions and sold throughout the Pacific Northwest.
An active participant in creating innovative environmentally conscious tools to replace conventional chemicals.