If you haven’t tasted Downeast Dayboat scallops, you don’t know what scallops are supposed to taste like. Downeast Dayboat scallops come from small boats fishing in Maine state waters or the waters of the Northern Gulf of Maine (NGOM) scallop fishery. Downeast Dayboat scallops are the purest, most delicious, freshest scallops available. They’re brought to shore within hours and are on their way to you within 24 hours. While Maine produces roughly 2% of US sea scallops, the NGOM produces far less than one percent: they’re truly a rare delicacy, and that’s what I’ll be sending you in this shipment.
These are “boat run” which means they come right off the boat with only minimal sorting. Size averages 15 to 20 per pound but they can be a little smaller or a little larger. Each pound is packaged individually and labeled with the name of the fisherman who caught them, the name of his boat, the area they were harvested and the date of harvest. Accept nothing less.
Scallops are shipped in one-pound bags and you must purchase at least two pounds per order. Please note they freeze very well, and instructions for freezing are included with each shipment. Shipping charges are the same whether you order 2 pounds or 20 pounds, so why not submit a group order with friends and office mates to save $?
These scallops will be shipped to you to arrive the week of April 8. Please note you need to select a delivery week and there is only one option: select the week of April 25. I will be buying on Monday or Tuesday (pending weather) and shipping on Tuesday or Wednesday, so you’ll receive them on April 23-26 depending on shipping speed and your location (scallops will arrive within 24 hours in most northeastern locations even with economy shipping).
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