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The Top Do’s and Don’t For Success on Premier Party Disco Cruises

If there is one thing we excel at here on Premier Party boats, it’s creating the most PARTY environment so that you can bliss out with your besties for four hours and forget all the mundane tasks and arbitrary societal rules you’ve been saddled with in your daily life. But, I mean, we have a few rules. Captain Brian has a really easy version of them that has become a company motto… “Don’t be a dick and don’t die.”




That’s really all you need for success but here a few more suggestions so you can have the best possible experience in Austin.


DO


Do wear outrageous, hilarious, cool, funny, sexy, wild outfits and costumes! A few memorable things we’ve seen include a neon green Borat style thong (that one was hard to unsee), giant curly disco wigs, full glitter fringe jackets, matching sailor hats complete with haircuts, jorts/mullet/bolo combos, and of course more gitter, matching fanny packs, tattoos, shirts, visors, swimsuits, and bags than you can possibly imagine. It’s immediately fun, this is the right environment for it; reach for the stars and show us something insane we haven’t seen yet - we dare you!.


Drink water in between every drink of alcohol. Just trust us. Dehydration is so 2002. You can thank us later



Do make friends with the other bachelor and bachelorette parties on the boat! You and your new besties can meet each other out in Austin later on and form a SUPERGROUP, it’s the best.




Do bring food. And eat early on! A sandwich tray from Thundercloud subs, a box of pizza, a bbq box from Rudy’s will save your life. I wish I was being dramatic but this is really pretty accurate.






DON’T


Don’t drink liquor. Don’t take shots. Just don’t do it. You are allowed. But you are also allowed to bring a pet pig on an airplane, so long as it’s a therapy animal; but should you? Probably not, because that sounds really difficult for everyone around you. Partying is an art form, and the people who truly excel in this arena look at these four hours as a marathon, not a sprint.



Don’t be creepy. Not everyone wants you to touch them, ok? Making people uncomfortable is a big no no on the boat, and honestly it rarely happens so let’s keep that going.


Mess with Texas and you die. Ok, you won’t actually die but if you litter? We don’t like that, y’all. The sheriffs who patrol the lake don’t look kindly on it either so put it in the trash can, no one litters anymore.


Don’t actually die. Really big rule for us, it harshes the vibe a lot and we would prefer you just kind of have a great time and then leave when we get back to shore. Follow our rules, we have them in place to keep you safe and we are always watching- but it’s up to you to make good decisions like the big grown up you are. We trust you, sweetie, you got this.




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