• Entertainment Cruises Expanded Boston Fleet

     
    POSTED December 22, 2016
     

Entertainment Cruises Boston announced their expansion with the addition of Boston Elite, a new charter yacht opening in Boston Harbor early next year.

“It’s very exciting for our Boston fleet to be receiving a vessel that offers a level of exclusivity unique to any private venue in town, on land or sea,” says Kelley Yelle, general manager, Entertainment Cruises. “Boston deserves an elevated event experience taking advantage of the city’s natural beauty on the water and the new Boston Elite satisfies that need with impeccable style and design.”

Boston Elite is undergoing a $1 million renovation and will dock at Rowes Wharf behind Boston Harbor Hotel. The yacht will feature two decks that can hold 150 guests, and include views of Boston Harbor and the skyline. It also offers a modern VIP suite, with bar areas, gallery, and other high-end offerings. Furthermore, the experience can be customized for events and gatherings, like weddings and corporate parties. For events, they offer fine cuisine, unique cocktail options, entertainment and flexible cruise times that can be customized to fit each group's individual needs.

The Boston Elite is available for rentals year-round. Get more information at eliteprivateyachts.com/boston.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday recommended that all gatherings of more than 50 people be cancelled or postponed for the next eight weeks, in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The recommendation covers events like parades, concerts, festivals, conferences, sporting events, weddings and more.

 

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