6 Tips To Host A Perfect Boat Party

Catamaran in the sea

Would you like to organise a party on a boat but don't know where to start? Let Native Spaces help you with some tips to help you plan your event without the clutter.

Boat parties are great for both corporate and private events.

In order to have a wonderful evening, it is essential to plan everything in advance.

Here are 6 essential tips for organising your event on a boat:

1. Set a budget

As with any other event, you need a budget. If you have no idea how much a party can cost, the best way to find out is to go to Native Spaces and see the rates for our water rentals. You can also contact our expert team for free here.

Stylish motor yacht

2. The guest list

Predicting the number of people present must be one of your priorities for a smooth organisation. In addition, the budget you have established beforehand will give you an estimate of the number of people you can afford to invite. This will allow you to choose the size of boat that best suits your event.

3. Yacht hunting

The type of boat you choose should be based on your budget and your guest list. The big stars of our fleet are catamarans and yachts and you can decide to hold your event at sea or at the dock depending on what suits you best.

Depending on your budget, check out the options available on Native Spaces and feel free to contact our expert team here.

Party on catamaran

4. Catering

Next it may be useful to determine the type of food and drinks you will serve to your guests. Not forgetting their allergies and intolerances. Prefer finger foods. But only choose the best. You can find out more about our partners by contacting us here.

5. Activities

Is it a day party? Why not organise a remote control boat race? An evening event? Organise an afterwork cocktail party with presentations, toasts and an aperitif dinner.

Champagne on a boat

6. Be safe

Don't forget you are on a boat! Before you leave, make sure you have enough life jackets and a first aid kit. Check the weather forecast before setting off and take a radio with you to keep an eye out for any changes in the weather.