Pay R1400 per person for a VIP boat cruise including food and drinks on the Nautilus with Adventure Cape Town, valued at R2800 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a VIP boat cruise on the Nautilus
- The 5-hour Groupon is made up of a 2-hour cruise including food and drinks and 3-hour party at Clifton 4th Beach
- Includes food like steak, chops etc.
- Includes drinks – alcoholic and non-alcoholic
- Enjoy a luxurious boat cruise
- Nautilus can take 58 people
- Groupon redeemable until 31 January 2012
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 082 379 2293
- Weather permitting
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Terms & Conditions apply
Besides swimming in your vault of cash and having people bow when you walk by, another way of showing that you’ve arrived is being seen on the deck of a luxury boat. Feel the wind in your hair and hum “I’m on a boat” with a VIP boat cruise on the Nautilus with Adventure Cape Town for R1400 per person.
Being on a boat, like knowing all the words to the theme song from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, has a way of instantly upping your street cred. The Nautilus is a luxury, 35-metre motor yacht, situated in the bays of Cape Town's illustrious V & A Waterfront. Boasting six private dark-wood cabins, a hot Jacuzzi on the deck, cocktail and champagne wet bars are only some of the perks of this beautiful oceanic baby. The Nautilus is fully air-conditioned, with indoor and outdoor dining areas, sun beds, satellite and a full staff compliment.
The Nautilus has nine crew members and when required includes a hospitality manager, VIP bodyguard, personal chauffeur, chef and butler. After enjoying your two-hour cruise on the open seas, you will be able to live it up in true VIP style with a 3-hour party at the prestigious Clifton 4th beach where bronzed bodies and summer sun will be the backdrop of your star treatment. Your boating experience will also include a mouth-watering array of foods such as steak and chops as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.Boat fact: A themed boat called the House of Horrors became quite popular in the 1980’s, hosting many parties and corporate events. The deck of the ship was decorated with skulls and glow-in-the dark paint and the owners used gel pens to scribble scary sentences on the walls including “it’s close to midnight and something evils’ lurking in the dark”.