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New Year’s Eve by Boat: From Paradisiacal Islands to Party Hot-spots

Looking to ring in the New Year in style? Fancy kissing goodbye to winter climes and instead revelling in a sun-soaked destination? Here are some of the best destinations to see in the New Year’s Eve by boat, from exotic islands and tropical locales, to food-centric experiences and eclectic party hotspots.

New Year’s Eve by boat; where to go and what to do

Miami

Art-deco architecture combines with a distinctly hip vibe in Miami. Renowned as one of the best party cities in the US, Miami is the destination if you are seeking a party-fuelled New Year’s Eve by boat experience. Anchor your yacht just-off the coastline and watch the city’s skyline become illuminated at the stroke of midnight as a stunning array of fireworks are let off along the entire length of Miami Beach. Ocean Drive – at the epicentre of Miami’s party scene – offers a host of parties and events if you fancy joining the revellers on dry land. Alternatively, enjoy a celebratory glass of Champagne cocooned amidst sumptuous luxury aboard your own yacht.

St. Kitts

This Caribbean island is a fabulous spot to see in the New Year’s Eve by boat, thanks to the annual Sugar Mas celebrations which run over the New Year, spilling into early January. Now in its 48th year, this spectacular festival offers a roster of non-stop entertainment. The eagerly awaited Parade Day is held each year on New Year’s Day, where revellers don colourful feathered costumes before marching into St. Kitts’s capital, Basseterre. This fun-filled, vibrant and colourful event offers a fabulous way to welcome the New Year, whether you wish to join in with the land-based revelry, or simply watch it all unfold from the comforts of your luxury yacht.

Anegeda

For a New Year’s Eve by boat experience with a difference, head to the Caribbean island of Anegada, a low-lying coral island that is part of the British Virgin Islands. Over the New Year, this island hosts the annual Anegada Lobster Festival, where some of the region’s most talented chefs highlight all the ways in which this delicacy can be prepared. It’s the ideal destination for foodies who are seeking a gastronomic way to see in the New Year. Anegada also offers a wonderful spot for dive enthusiasts, with its surrounding gin-clear waters teeming with a wide array of stunning marine life. Alternatively, opt to relax post New Year’s Eve celebrations by relaxing on one of the island’s pristine white sandy beaches, or simply explore some of the nearby paradisiacal islands during a Caribbean yacht charter.

Sydney

Sydney’s fireworks are world-renowned and offer a spectacular New Year’s Eve by boat experience. At the stroke of midnight fireworks erupt into the night sky from barges on the water, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House. Sydney’s fireworks are watched by more than a billion people across the world and is considered to be the largest fireworks display, but nothing beats seeing this spectacular show from you very own luxury yacht anchored in Sydney’s world-renowned harbour. Post celebrations make sure you leave yourself some time to head on land and explore this vibrant city for an unforgettable experience.

Maldives

Nowhere offers a more picture-postcard destination to spend New Year’s Eve by boat than the stunning Maldives. Pristine white sandy beaches enveloped by some of the clearest waters on earth, this is the place to be if you wish to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing New Year in paradise. One of the most beautiful destinations in the world, the Maldives is made up of more than 1,000 islands, making this a great destination to explore aboard a luxury yacht, enabling visitors to effortlessly hop from one island to the next. Sink beneath the waves and enjoy an abundance of marine life, soak up the sun on a beach all to yourself, or hike the island’s tropical interiors and discover diverse flora and fauna.

So, however you fancy seeing in 2020, New Year’s Eve by boat promises to hit all the high spots you could possibly desire.

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