Corporate cruising

Written on the 12 May 2009

 

IMAGINE Cruises has launched an innovative twist to the corporate function. Its 30m, fully air conditioned catamaran, offers a unique venue for business people.
The boat features onboard catering facilities, two spacious decks fully equipped with refreshment bars and a wide selection of in-house entertainment options. Imagine Cruises can provide a full buffet menu for up to 100 guests or for larger groups can coordinate cocktail style, finger food for up to 200 people.
Naomi Feehan, director of Imagine Cruises, says the boat is unique in that it can be tailored to different events.
“It is very rare that a vessel of this size can facilitate all cooking requirements on board. With qualified specialist chefs at the ready you can be assured of a first class dining experience incorporating both Australian and/or international cuisine,” says Feehan.
“While the fun factor is guaranteed through various entertainment options which include resident DJ’s, musicians and comedians, Imagine Cruises also has the capacity to host major business functions with exclusive use of audio visual equipment, LCD TV’s and onboard catering.”

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