Project Description

Stylish Outdoor Seating Area

Inside of Solstice

Rear End – Outdoor Chaise Chairs

Rear End of Solstice

Front End – Outdoor Mattresses

Front End – Outdoor Mattresses

Cockpit of Solstice

Luxurious Lounge Room

Luxurious Lounge Room

Luxurious Bed Room

Yacht Name Solstice
Length Overall 80′ Hatteras Yacht for upscale Events & Vacations
Guest Maximum 45 Guests for events and overnight 4 guests only
Seating 2 luxury Staterooms w. private bathrooms for overnight trips
Rates/4hs $2,800 /4 Hours + Bar at $25 pp and menu from $30 pp, +Service Fee & Dockage
Location  Based in Miami can travel to Fort Lauderdale or the Florida Keys
Boat Miami offers the yacht Solstice, a superbly appointed and elegant party yacht for Corporate Cruises and Social Events in Miami & Fort Lauderdale. This 49 passenger commercially licensed vessel, offered by Boat Miami, can accommodate smaller groups and is ideal for high-end corporate events, birthdays, and family day cruises.
This motor yacht can do short overnight trips to the Florida Keys and has accommodations for 4 guests in two large cabins with king size beds and ensuite heads (bathrooms). Built by Hatteras, the premier US yacht manufacturer, she is 80 feet in length.

Accommodations
The yacht Solstice is USCG certified for a maximum of 49 guests plus crew for day-cruises and evening parties and long weekends afloat. She has two large guest staterooms with ensuite heads for overnight trips.

Amenities
An extremely well-appointed yacht, built in 1998 and re-fitted in 2009, with plenty of space for dancing on the upper deck, socializing and generally having a great time. Dinners can be buffet style with informal seating. For wedding charters, the yacht can offer ceremony and reception and a range of special services, including officiants, flowers, and entertainment.

Layout
Boarding deck or main deck includes an ample and tastefully decorated salon with comfortable armchairs, and a beautiful table. The upper deck is a great place to watch the world, see the stately homes along the inland waterway, Port Everglades or the Miami city lights in the dusk and the setting sun over Biscayne Bay.