Theme Party Ideas For A Boat Club Yacht Celebration

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Water tours have never been more prevalent than they are today. Due to COVID-19 and protocols, humans lost two years of outdoor activities. Now that the world is getting back to normal, new forms of enjoyment are being tried and tested, and what’s better than a party on the beach. A boat club is an excellent way to get in on the fun. One of the most remarkable ways to take advantage of a boat club is to pick a yacht and throw a theme party for everyone on it. Here are five NYK Daily remarkable ideas for a naval party:

Disco on the Water

The night calls for an all-night disco, and to keep it authentic, spin the tunes instead of playing them from a laptop, iPod. Think Liza Minnelli satin, Donna Summer dresses, and Andy Warhol’s black suit and wide tie. Have a sexy couples disco dance contest. Another decent suggestion is to put out a few of the Simon electronic memory games, as the device debuted in 1980 at famous discotheques. This disc theme can really get as wild as the club itself, but as long as no one hides any money or drugs in the ceiling, all should be good. LED message board letter signs, LED bottle presenters, and interchangeable letter board LED signs fromĀ Hypemakerz on your yacht party to add more attraction and disco vibes to your party.

1920s Casino Night

A yacht is perfect for creating a casino, as many genuine casinos operate on the water. Keep the dressing glamorous with feathered boas and fedoras. Throw on some old country music to set a rich mood. Some other suggestions include setting out cards and dominoes for Canasta (with free instruction books), as both games became popular in the 1930s. Strings of pearls draped around numerous fixtures plus peacock feathers harken back to this festive era. Finger food like stuffed olives, mushrooms, and deviled eggs work well for this night.

Celebrity Night

A fancy celebrity night theme is sure to keep tourists guessing who’s who because, in all honesty, a lot of celebs don’t look like stars! However, with a change of swagger and little creativity, it likes to evoke big-time stars. Another variety of this would be Favorite Character Night. This theme might be a little simpler for people to pull off because so many iconic characters also have beautiful costumes, making them instantly recognizable. Since most famous and prominent movie stars spend a lot of time in L.A., West Coat fare like ramen noodles, sushi, frozen yogurt, and tacos fit best.

Tacky Couples Get Together

This theme requires that tourists pull out all the stops to look as bad as they perhaps can. The costumes on this night can include hideous clothing, bad wigs, awful makeup, and terrible fake teeth. A rousing game of Twister will have all the guests savoring an eye-full for sure. As far as delicious food goes, it’s best to present pre-packaged delights and maybe even some colorful jello molds. The music on this can be from any era, but make sure to throw in brilliant 70s tunes.

Viking Rampage

Real Vikings might have seemed a bit out of place on a boat club yacht, but party Vikings will enjoy getting aboard. This party will really stand out if the food features raven banners set on top of it and if there are fake (not blunt) swords and Viking axes (fake replicas, please) set around the iconic, memorable yacht. As far as food goes, delicious barbecue fare just seems to fit this early medieval theme so well. Since tourists should dress like Vikings, normally, no one can come aboard without a Viking helmet.

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