God bless Kiko, but he's not Jesus. Unless we just haven't seen his water walking skills.....
He's basically captive. Unless she or probably production, are willing to put him on a tender or call a boat.
I have come to the conclusion that Bravo Super Yachts should put "must be able to make actual nachos" on the job requirement sheet.
Sandy was not into Kiko googling (Sure if he's using it to learn how to boil an egg), but if he didnt know, he SHOULD Google it!
He's from Brazil and they have delicious barbacoa (may be spelling that wrong).
Now throw some of that meat, rubbed with the spices, on top of the chips, with cheese, have a tablescape of a couple of different salsas, quac, sour cream, olives, tomatoes, green onions, sliced jalapenos, roasted corn, and whatever else.
I believe that could be considered next level nachos. Just the flavor of Brazil barbecue would make it different then usual.
I make what we call Irish Nachos. Slice Yukon golds, sprinkle with olive oil/salt/pepper. Roast until golden brown, flipping half way (use Ina Gartens roast potato for temps and time). Remove and cover with cheese, bacon, green onions. Put back in until cheese is melted. Remove and serve with sour cream.
Sadly I love my dog and wouldn't leave him for that long so my career as a super yacht chef ends here.