FISH OF THE DAY #7 #ExploreWithJeanneau

Experience the adventure of “Fish of the Day” aboard a Jeanneau!  Set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes, this television show from New Zealand introduces you to fishing and the culinary arts aboard a Merry Fisher, a Leader and a Velasco.  Here is a clip, selected just for you, aboard a Velasco 43F!


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Watch a new episode of fishing and culinary arts in fantastic locations with Clarke and Chef Anthony McNamara!

Clarke changes scenery once more and leaves for the Great Barrier Island, north of New Zealand, where he finds fantastic backdrops and really easy fishing aboard another Jeanneau inboard powerboat, a beautiful Velasco 43F.

What a fantastic setting for Clarke Gayford!  Now taking on the Great Barrier Island, this great lover of fishing in all its forms has set the programme:  to fish and to eat.  Accompanied by chef Anthony McNamara, Clarke goes on a quest for varied shellfish.  In this sumptuous, well-preserved environment, fishing is easy and almost miraculous.  In just a few minutes, Clarke, who dives underwater to fish for shellfish by hand, returns with enormous New Zealand shellfish (similar to our scallops) and XXL clams (like Arctic surf clams).  The meal promises to be delectable…!

Follow along with us on the next episode for more adventures!


About “Fish of the Day”

“Fish of the Day” is a television show in which fishing serves as the perfect excuse to discover fabulous destinations.

In each episode, Clarke Gayford, a well-known television presenter in New Zealand, makes it a point of honour to catch incredible fish in stunning scenery.  Through his encounters, each one more enriching and joyous than the last, he enhances the fresh-caught fish by featuring it in a traditional recipe prepared by a renowned chef.

The show pays particular attention to the ecosystem and the environment.  Fishing can be both extraordinary and environmentally friendly!

“Fish of the Day” is broadcast on National Geographic, Prime TV and NZ Air.