Breanker Guest Comments:
Kristian and Marianne
Never a Christmas morn, never a Christmas ends,
When someone thinks of someone, old days, old times, old friends.
Mange mange tak for another wonderful week sailing with you
– We were fortunate to gather the whole family this time,
and more fortunate to be with you. May the opportunities to
be with you again and again continue, (don’t retire!)
Merry Christmas and best wishes for a happy, healthy and prosperous
Marc and Francie, Maria and Bailey, Cooper, Hadley and Nate
The Taylor family. Chuck and Georgie from St. Croix, Ben and
Stewart from Idaho, Jack and Kari, Rachel, Nathalie and Max
From the first day to the last, your smiles never disappeared.
What a wonderful late Christmas gift and what a wonderful
New Years gift to us all! It never mattered which island,
which harbor, which meal, but you always smiled and you always
made us feel special. Marianne was the best first mate, executive
officer and chef. Kristian was the finest captain, bartender
and so, so patient with the kids. Now we have some thing very
special – a family memory. And we hope that you have
a memory of a family who will never forget the two of you.
And we have proved without a doubt, that a family that sails
together, (and drinks together), stays together. Our goal
is to go sailing with you again in to the setting sun.
Sorry for the late nights, tastes like chicken, chicken doodle.
It has been a great trip. You have been so nice to me. Sorry
for the cup.
A very special trip. As I sit here on the last morning watching
the sunrise and the beautiful cluster of islands, it is hard
to believe I will be back in the mountains of Idaho soon.
The wonderful sounds of water and wind will soon be replaced
with the hustle and bustle of my restaurant, a chef coat instead
of a swimsuit. I am fortunate to lead the life that I have
chosen. Trips like this make it even more special. Thank you
Kristian and Marianne for sharing your world. It is simply
It has been a wonderful experience for all of us to explore
the BVI’s, but the best part was being on the Breanker
with the two of you. You are the host and hostess with the
mostest! Your boat is prestine and the food absolutely fabulous
and you made us feel the part of the family. This has truly
been a trip of a lifetime.
is difficult to put into words just how unique our time has
been on Breanker and with the two of you. Your patience, obvious
experience and talent on deck and in the kitchen, and your
infectious smiles are unparalleled. I can only say thank you
for sharing part of your lives with us. People are truly blessed
to have spent time with the two of you. We share that blessing.
TAK, Bennett Taylor
Kristian and Marianne
What a wonderful experience. It was short but so sweet. I
am certain I can express to my readers what a yacht charter
should be. Good luck and thanks.
Best Tom Wuckowich
Kristian and Marianne
Thank you for a wonderful experience plus fabulous food. This
is a trip I will never forget. Look forward to seeing you
in the future.
Marianne and Kristian. We had a wonderful time on Breanker
the past nine days. After ten years of chartering in BVI we
must say that Marianne is by far the best chef we’ve
ever had! Your meals were a delight and we thank you enormously
for the recipes. (The royalty check is in the mail). We loved
the snorkel spots and especially the “Jacuzzi”!
Thank you so much for the warm hospitality and sharing your
home at sea with us. Wishing you good health and many great
times with your grand kids.
Our very best regards, The Nobles, the Rogers, and the Morissons.
P.S. From Mike Rogers. It was restful too! Sleeping on the
Breanker is like sleeping on a waterbed. We visited some of
our favorite spots and then some. Thanks for a terrific trip.
Marianne and Kristian, we are having the most wonderful time
on the Breanker. The food is first wonderful, the company
even better. We loved every moment. We hope to see you in
Ode to Mary and Kris
Marianne – Marianne one of the greatest hands
She cooks she cleans and always dreams about her Danish land.
She’s married to Kris in marital bliss also a first
Her favorite hobby is a gardening with all the bulbs never
She is cute she is sweet, like a Danish treat and we all love
She is almost always in the galley, narrower than all back
They have a yacht that they have almost bought and it’s
called the Breanker
It is large and wide, has five heads, two hands and two large
Kris and Mary they sail the seas and know all their nauticals
A’s to Z’s.
We wish them well with our big grin and hope to see them again.
A “great en week in Danish “speaken”, we
all bid our farewell!
Ron Brown – A SUPER WEEK!