THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!
7th Annual New Year's Eve Yacht Party
Above: Image of the the Inspiration Hornblower yacht. Courtesy of Hornblower.
Ring in the New Year on the largest private charter yacht in Socal! Join us for the 7th annual All Inclusive New Year’s Eve Yacht Party on our triple deck Yacht with 1000 other VIP’s on the smooth waters of San Diego Bay!
The New Years Yacht Party will take place on December 31, 2011 and will be a five hour event, from 8:00pm-1:00am. Boarding will be from 8-9:30 PM and the yacht will return to dock at approximately 12:30 and debark guests from 12:30am-1:00am.
The climate controlled lower and middle decks have amazing picture windows with incredible views of the city skyline. The top deck has the clear tented Monster energy drink lounge with the open sky deck.
A Yacht Party ticket includes EVERYTHING- top shelf open bar, hors d'œuvres and tasty desserts! Purchase tickets online today! The price will increase as the event sells out, so hurry!!
A ticket to Yacht Party includes 5 hours of:
“Open Bar”- Unlimited beer, wine and premium/top shelf liquors
An incredible selection of steward passed and displayed hors d'oeuvres
Glass of champagne upon boarding
12 bars - minimal lines
Amazing desert bar and other tasty delights
Stunning 360° view of San Diego Harbor on the top deck
Featuring 3 levels of music:
The 80'z All Stars band
The Dance Club Deck
Relaxing Tunes on the Open Air Deck
Top deck lounge In a clear, climate controlled tent
Ticket Sales limited - guaranteed no overcrowding
Party hat and noise makers to ring in the New Year
Don’t stand shoulder to shoulder in an overcrowded hotel or miss out on the city's best party by choosing a typical club downtown.
Make this New Year's Eve the best ever. Millennium Events is hosting the party of the year on San Diego's largest privately owned yacht – the Inspiration Hornblower – and you are invited. Yacht Party will be rocking with three decks of music!
Location: 1800 North harbor Dr/Grape St Pier Google Map
**The yacht sits between Grape Street and Hawthorne Street on N. Harbor Drive