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Party by design: Top tips for creating the ultimate party yacht

Party by design: Top tips for creating the ultimate party yacht

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Consider bespoke speakers

Music is the life of any party. “Very often people try to have fewer speakers and force the sound, but you need music as a background rather than in the foreground,” says Jordan, who on Blush opted for a customised system.

Specialists can install anything from a simple sound system to a customised one able to achieve the same levels as a nightclub. VBH works with many speaker brands but recommends bespoke speakers such as those from CAT. They can fit in different spaces, are high quality, powerful and suitable for the marine environment. VBH installed custom CAT speakers on Abeking & Rasmussen’s Cloudbreak (pictured) and the Heesens Galactica Star and Crazy Me.

Sara Stimilli, of A/V specialist Videoworks, says future proofing can be achieved by using high quality cables for the audio and space planning to allow for the installation of speakers that have built-in or separate amplifiers.

Photo: Christopher Scholey

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