This pure white 80-foot super yacht that is perfect for a New Years Eve cruise charter is a beauty to behold. From the moment you lay your eyes on it, it screams class, fun and elegance. Reasonably priced for the evening, John Oxley is a luxury boat hire option for a new years cruise with a difference. This year’s package is set for a 6-hour charter and expected to leave at approximately 7pm with a 1am return.
It is for this reason that corporates who love welcoming the New Year together always opt for it. The boat can comfortably host a casual buffet of all the 40 guests on board and a formal dining of 10 people however, this new years eve cruise is limited to 30 passengers to ensure a comfortable evening for all.
If you love calm and quiet, John Oxley is a great good option for a New Years cruise. You can enjoy your New Years Eve cruise from the top deck where there is a comfortable and classy sitting area and away from the throngs of people on the Sydney foreshore.
Guests are allowed to bring their own drinks since the boat is not licensed to operate a bar. There are two packages though with a BYO food option and a catered option available. Alcohol is BYO with no corkage charge providing you with great flexibility to purchase drinks to your taste. This package includes cups, cutlery, utensils, crockery and serving equipment.
When it comes to the amenities aboard, the vessel does not disappoint. There is a commercial gulley, full wrap around deck, and a fly bridge with both a day bed and lounges. There is a master cabin, suitable for couples determined to cruise New Years that is fully furnished with a separate lounge area as well. The open plan saloon that leads to the deck allows for guests seated inside to still enjoy that cool outside atmosphere. The BOSE lifestyle surround sound system that has been installed in the boat easily ensures that the guests stay entertained all through the cruise.
With all the amenities that John Oxley offers, it is pretty clear that is suited for any New Years Eve cruise on the Sydney harbour. The safety measures that have been installed also encourage parents to tag along their children and usher in the New Year as a family.