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About FLOAT

The 78 ft. long recreational boat is built to attain maximum spaciousness - boasting more than 3,000 sq ft of entertainment space, which accommodates up to groups of 60. The glass ceiling and grand entry stairs is just two of the many carefully considered features on board. Find yourself wandering through the al fresco bar, leading to the dance floor and past the sizzling barbecue grill. Everything you experience on FLOAT is built from scratch, and we believe it’s the only way to provide a truly authentic experience!

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FLOAT PACKAGES

Harbor Service

FLOAT offers a natural-lighting, airy and spacious setting for high-profile private & corporate events. The possibilities onboard are endless - from cocktail party, product launch, CRM event, annual dinner, to company retreats.

Set sail around the world’s most spectacular harbor and discover a new world of dancing lights set to music.

FLOAT_HARBOUR_CRUISE(up_to_50pax).pdf

Summer Splash

Summer is never complete without a cruise away from the hustle and bustle. Kickstart your summer with us as you cruise through the islands and enjoy the ocean breeze, salty air and sun kissed hair.

Suitable for up-to 50 guests. FLOAT is a boutique option that offers class with a luxurious surrounding for you to cruise in style no matter where you go.

float_summer_package_info.pdf

Wedding Services

Voyage into a new chapter of your life with FLOAT! Share a memorable date with your significant other in total serenity. Love as deep as the ocean. On FLOAT we offer a wedding on sea, giving you and your guests a one-of-a-kind wedding experience!

FLOAT_ABERDEEN_WEDDING(up to 120pax).pdf
FLOAT_HARBOUR WEDDING(up to 50pax).pdf

Towels and bedding

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