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Tips for booking your boat party

Posted 12th May 2020 by Mike McKiernan

They say boat life is the best life and who are we to disagree. With so many styles catering for such a broad range of adventures, activities and fun out on the water, it's no secret that the best moments are often those involving boats, the ocean, water and good friends.

So where do you start with planning an event? Well, the best way is to map out with a few hints below, the best way to approach your special day on the water.

  • What’s the occasion – Make sure you are booking a boat suited to the style of event you have in mind.
  • How many people – Boats vary greatly in size and space. Make sure you are catering for the needs of people onboard. Dancefloors, DJ’s, BBQ, disco balls, lighting or simply sight seeing can all be achieved but there are boats perfectly suited to these that the team at Flotespace can help you navigate through.
  • Budget – The cost and per person budget can be a huge determining factor when selecting which boat is best suited to your day on the water so spend on memories not simply glamour. There’s a good chance we can cater for your needs and within budget so just ask and remember to prioritize the things that people will remember. Great catering, comfort onboard, viewing of key landmarks, time of day when perhaps the crowd are not sun worshippers and an evening cruise is better suited. Think ahead, keep it simple and most of all have fun!

So taking these few pointers onboard will help you plan more effectively but lets not forget the fun out on the water. Most boats whether they be sailing yachts, super yachts or luxury catamarans lay on all sorts of fun water activities making the experience more memorable.

Floating toys, great deck space to enjoy or safe swimming spots in beautiful secluded bays. We all love to celebrate with some of our favorite tunes playing and that’s why the boats on Flotespace.com all have excellent music systems and speaker set ups. Turn it up, get on board and love life on the boat.


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