Christmas boat party

How To Plan The Perfect Christmas Boat Party

Christmas is a wonderful time of year and what better way to celebrate it than by throwing a Christmas boat party! Boat parties are becoming increasingly popular, but they can be a lot of work to plan.

If you’re thinking of throwing a Christmas party boat cruise this year, here are some tips to help you plan the perfect event:

  • Choose the Right Boat:

Choose a boat that’s big enough for your guests, but not so big that it will be difficult to move around or get food from the kitchen. You should also make sure that there’s enough space for everyone to sit down comfortably without feeling squashed or claustrophobic.

  • Send out Invitations Early:

The sooner you send out your invitations, the more people will be able to accept – and people don’t like to think about Christmas until after Thanksgiving at least!

If you want people to RSVP as soon as possible (which is always preferable), send out your invitations at least 4-6 weeks before your event date. This gives people enough time to book their travel arrangements if needed, so they can make sure they have time off work and so forth.

  • Plan the Food and Drink Carefully:

You don’t want your guests hungry or thirsty so make sure that there’s plenty of food and drink on hand. If you’re planning a buffet-style dinner, make sure that it is varied so people have something they like. This can also help with catering costs if you don’t want to hire an expensive caterer or buffet company.

Christmas boat party

  • Decorate the Boat:

Decorating your boat can be a lot of fun, but with so many different boats out there and so many different styles of decoration, it can be difficult to know where to start! We recommend going for something simple yet elegant, like Christmas lights or tinsel. You could even get creative by using  Christmas wrapping paper as wallpaper!

  • Plan Some Fun Festive Games:

Christmas boat parties are all about having fun, so why not add some festive games? You can play pass the parcel or blindfolded Christmas cracker guessing games. If you have enough people, try playing charades or even a game of twister. These games will keep everyone entertained throughout your boat party.

The Bottom Line:

By following these tips, you can be sure that your Christmas boat party will be a success!

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Samuel Loder