During a time when Sydney’s lockouts are destroying the night time culture of the city, its refreshing to step aboard the SEADECK.
The SEADECK started making it’s away to Australia, from the other side of the planet about 2 years ago. Yes, 2 years does seem like a long time, but until you try to move a vessel of this size permanently around the world, whilst also refurbishing it and changing it’s core function, only then will you realise the sheer extent of the work this team have put in to creating this floating venue.
I say “venue”, and not “bar” for a reason.
The 44 metre long SEADECK is not just a bar, but an exquisite Space for Hire. As soon as I boarded, I felt it would be the perfect location for a sit down brunch, or a wedding venue.
SEADECK themselves agree, touting the vessel not just as a floating bar, but as a corporate venue dream. In fact, for the next few months the SEADECK is only available for corporate hire as the public are left to froth over this wood floored paradise until it opens to all later this year.
We took the SEADECK out on it’s maiden voyage through Sydney Harbour, and got to experience all three-levels of luxe. Two of the three levels have full width bars, so despite being filled to capacity, waiting for a drink on board is simply not an issue.
The atmosphere on SEADECK is opulent, I felt as though the vessel would have been perfectly at home during the 1950’s cruising down the River Nile, with a grand piano on deck, and a Bengal Tiger relaxing next to it. Let’s be honest, there are not many boats that sport full size palm trees on deck.
SEADECK is available for corporate hire now, and open to the public in the Spring.
For more information: www.seadeck.com.au