Provisioning is a very important step before you board. It should not be neglected. On the other hand, if you do not have time to do the shopping before your departure, you can ask for the provisioning to be done before your arrival, all you have to do is tick a pre-established shopping list. You are also free to do your shopping online and have it delivered on board before you set sail.
The first priority is to order the bulkiest and heaviest items to carry, such as drinks (and you need to drink a lot while sailing), followed by non-perishable items. Before bunkering or ordering, take into account the number of people on board, the length of the cruise and therefore the number of meals, culinary tastes and allergies of each person.
You will have the opportunity to buy additional food during your stopovers, and it is one of the joys of the cruise to visit the local markets.
On the NEEL trimarans, you will find plenty of storage and stowage space to lay out and organise your provisions.
The cold capacities are considerable on board NEEL trimarans, so on the NEEL 47, the refrigerator volume is 160 litres, the freezer volume is 53 litres, on the NEEL 43, the refrigerator capacity is 130 litres and you will find two refrigerators on board the NEEL 51 in addition to a large freezer.