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Why Yachts are Good Social Event Venues

Posted by on Aug 3, 2017 in Social Events | 0 comments

Yachts are not just for the private endeavors of rich people. They are versatile vessels. According to the website of Anita Dee Yacht Charters, yachts can be customized, so they can be effective venues for social events, ranging from formal ones like product launches and proms to informal like birthday parties. As a financially average person, you can experience these things through renting.

But why should you consider a yacht for your social event? Isn’t it enough to make client meetings in office function rooms, proms in school gyms, and birthday parties in backyards? Yacht has a lot of advantages over these settings.

Moving Venue

If you want to make a memorable event, one of the first things you consider is, where do you hold the event in the first place? A yacht is an exotic choice, because it is not a stationary venue. It is not very common for a social event to be held in the water. These facts alone are enough to make your social event standout, and therefore memorable.

Scenic View

Your social event venue is not just a moving vessel, it is also surrounded by a scenic view, as it traverses the water. You should not underestimate the power of sunrises, sunsets, lights from the moon and stars, and the lights from the urban jungle you are escaping. There are even charter packages where you can get fireworks, adding to the scenic view, not to mention that the display can be a minor event inside your social event.

Luxurious Feel

It is not everyday that your guests experience a social event in a water vessel. Technically, it may just be as costly as renting a ballroom or function hall, but a yacht offers a different kind of luxury, mainly focusing on the fact that it is an expensive vessel moving in water, while you and your guests attend the social event. Because it is out-of-the-box, the luxurious feel is magnified.

Limited Liability

If you personally host your social event in your own property, like your house or backyard, you are fully liable to any accidents and injuries that may happen, not to mention that it is likely that you are also firsthand in arranging the needs of the event. In a yacht, you may still be liable, but at least you are transferring some liability to the yacht owner or business owner as well. This means that both you and the renter will do its best to make sure that nothing goes wrong, and this is the very thing that may save your social event from complete disaster.

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