While our fleet of 14 Riviera’s were dropping anchor in the crystal-clear waters of Peel Island, our crew got to work setting up brunch on the beach, where we then welcomed our clients to another RMC Experience with Fruit platters and mocktails.
From the beach to the boats. Continuing to soak up the warmth of the winter sun we continued enjoying each other’s company on the back of the rafted up Rivieras which included the 57 EB “Success”, the 51EB “The Boatman”, the 45FB “Hammertime” and the 5000SY Hokus Pokus”, With a magical sunset, music playing and laughter flowing it gave us all a chance to catch up with our friends as well as make some new ones.
We awake to clear skies and calm waters for a lazy morning before we make our way to the Secret Banks of Amity, and as we all drop anchor and raft up the secret reveals itself.
A perfect sand island begins to appear as the tide goes out. A great place for a Hawaiian themed beach party don’t you think.
With Elly Hart as our live entertainment singing from the back of the rafted-up Riviera’s and fresh prawns straight from the trawler, our afternoon of festivities began.
As our afternoon went on, the kids played, the fur-babies raced around, our beach fire was lit, and we all took in the spectacular sunset as the tide began to rise.
Everyone is welcomed back to the rafted-up Riviera’s where we continue our festivities into the night. The BBQ’s are cooking, the music is playing, the bad dance moves are coming out & there was even a surprise birthday cake for our RMC Mumma made by the talented Trish Cathcart from “Hammertime”.
Easy like a Sunday morning – especially when it’s a beautiful one.
It’s hard to bring a weekend like this to an end, but we do so knowing we will be back out on the water enjoying anther R Marine Crawley event in no time.
We have loved sharing this experience with you all.
by Johanna Shorten