A Dutchman, master yachtsman and downhill skier, the owner of a historic Feadship Serena, and a lover of Pointy Snout Caviar. That's Rem.
It all started somewhere in St Tropez. A curious swim out to the beautiful 22.5 meter Serena left our man Rem the surprised but proud new owner of the 1964 Riva-designed Feadship. After 43,000 hours of hard work, Serena was perfectly restored and back in action. From Scandinavia and Scotland, to Cuba, the US East Coast, and back to the Mediterranean, the incredible yacht has made a name for herself.
And what goes better with a yacht than caviar? It's no wonder the Serena brought Rem and Pointy Snout together. All that was needed was a Bridgehampton Polo party, a VIP tent, and a dock in Sag Harbor. The rest is history.
Rem walked into the tent, bought a Kilo of Primo at Pointy Snout Caviar Bar, smiled, and left (now, that is the way to make an entrance).
Needless to say, Rem wanted more. The phone rang at Pointy Snout late that night with a request for another Kilo for the yacht.
It only took a day to create the best partnership we've seen in a long time. By 6am the next day, Pointy Snout had a car packed and loaded with its choicest caviar. And later that day, Rem decided to become a caviar impresario and sell Pointy Snout caviar all over Geneva
We’re surprised it even took that long. Caviar was made for yachts. It’s a match made in heaven.
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