New Business-Friendly Cruises Available On Luxury Yacht


Prestige Yacht Charters, a premier luxury-yacht charter company serving New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, announced a series of business-friendly features available on its fleet, including a brand new ship, the Romantica.

Yachts offer the latest audio/visual equipment, and confirmed business clients can test the set-up for their presentation in advance. Sophisticated projectors, screens and plasma TV monitors ensure compatibility for nearly any arrangement. In addition to standard laptop integration, ships offer mobile technology for iPod transmissions as well, so guests can stroll along the deck without missing a moment of any lecture or proposal.

David Hackert, president of Prestige Yacht Charters, said, "We can adapt our vessels and customize each cruise for nearly any type of business meeting."

Other features on Prestige ships include zoned audio systems to provide even sound throughout the vessel so guests can enjoy striking panoramas without missing crucial communications. There is  also custom seating and table arrangements depending on the number of guests and the formality of the occasion. Cocktails with passed hors d'oeuvres can lend an elegant touch, or, for a no-nonsense business atmosphere, a company may opt for sodas and juice. Similarly, meals can vary from boxed lunches to five-star cuisine.


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