Valentine’s’ Day on Board

Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with the love of your life or by yourself, there’s no better way to do it than on board your Crownline. Treat your significant other to a romantic sunset on cruise or gather your other single friends and have a deck party. The possibilities are endless when it comes to the Day of Love and Loneliness.  Read up on some of our suggestions on how to spend this polarizing holiday.


  1. Catch the Sunset and Stargaze with Some Wine and Cheese


Grab your favorite person, your favorite bottle of wine and your favorite cheeses before casting off in the evening. On the water picnics have been one of the most romantic dates for a long time now, and there’s no point in trying to do anything too extravagant here. Just stick to the basics: wine,cheese, boats, and love. It’s a winning recipe that never goes wrong.


  1. Deck Party


This one doesn’t matter if your single or not. Deck parties have always been one the most fun reasons to own a boat. They’re also a great opportunity to celebrate the holiday with a variety of people. Get the whole gang together and have a blast. Just make sure you have a designated driver before things start to get out of hand.


  1. Fishing Competition


Another great one for individuals of any relationship status. A little friendly competition is great for a serious relationship and friendships. Grab a couple fishing rods and hit the water to see can snag the best catch. Loser buys dinner at the dock.


  1. Scavenger Hunt


Organize a scavenger hunt on the water and along the shore for your significant other. Plant clues at different docks and points for them to find. Maybe give them a reward or present at the end if they figure it out, but the real prize is getting to spend time with you.


  1. Watersports


If you’re with a group of friends, grab some skiis and some boards and hit the wake. Get some adrenaline going with your favorite watersport. This of course can be used before any other of the ideas on this list. We just figured that if you have a Crownline you may as well do it all, since you have a boat that can execute at any level.


  1. Explore the City


If you’re lucky enough to live in a city where boating is a realistic activity in the middle of February, then taking in the night life is one of the best things you can do. Bar hop, or jump from dock to dock exploring new restaurants and locations. Plenty of cities are expanding and improving their river walks and water front properties. Take advantage of this growing trend with your friends or your significant other. .