Booked a boat party for the summer? Excited? So you should be! With banging sounds from live DJs, open air dancefloors, confetti cannons, exhilarating swim stops and the mother of all after parties to top everything off, there’s masses to look forward to. But how to prepare for the party of your life at sea?
Wherever you’re heading this summer, whether it’s Magaluf, Malia, Tenerife or anywhere else renowned for its rocking boat parties, here are our top tips to help get yourself ready for the time of your life!
Dress for comfort
There’s no reason why you shouldn’t look your amazing self, but put comfort first when you’re slipping into your boat party outfit. Boat parties tend to get pretty wild – well that’s why you booked one isn’t it?! Definitely don’t go formal or you could risk missing out on all the fun. Go casual, keep it simple. Think freedom. And avoid white! Always remember that on a boat party, drinks tend to fly, and you don’t want to spend the party in a stained outfit. Quick PS… don’t forget your sunglasses, and a hat to keep the sun off your head. Even Europe’s hardest partiers need to think practically sometimes!
Kick off the heels
OK so high heels are sexy and make you feel classy, but as soon as you step onto that boat, you’re going to regret changing out of those flats. Seriously! On a boat you need balance, and heels are not going to help in any way with that. Again, keep it simple. Flip flops will do nicely.
Going back to those airborne drinks… go prepared with a stock of tissues and wipes, just in case. Take some SPF lippy with you for those vital touch-ups, and don’t forget your sun cream. If it’s a pay bar then you’ll need some cash. Some boat parties offer a free bar though so check what you need. Tenerife boat parties for example provide all-inclusive drinks for the duration of the cruise. Planning on diving in to those inviting crystal clear waters on a swim stop? Pack a towel, a change of clothes and a bag to stash your wet things. Honestly, you won’t regret a bit of planning!
Sort sickness in advance
Lots of people suffer from motion or sea sickness. If that’s you and you’re worried it’s going to put a dampener on your boat party experience, don’t be! There are things you can do to see off that sickness.
Pharmacies sell all sorts of remedies to prevent motion or sea sickness. From tablets and patches to acupressure bands, your pharmacist will be able to recommend what’s best for you. So you can go to the ball after all!
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