By Shayne Benowitz
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: New Year’s is my favorite holiday. I love everything about it. It’s a chance to reflect on the year that passed and to set goals for the year to come. Not to mention, the potential to have the best party of the year. It’s a time to celebrate with the ones you love!
At Fury Key West, we have a daily tradition made all the more special on New Year’s Eve, and that, of course, is a Key West sunset cruise. We loaded our catamaran with revelers and party favors to toast the last sunset of 2010. Cory Heydon Band was there to rock the night away, and there was free-flowing margaritas, beer, wine, and of course bottles of bubbly!
The Key West sunset was spectacular and the party on board matched it. By 7pm, we were back on shore and it was time to hit Duval Street. While some crewmembers opted for a quiet night at home anticipating work in the morning, others painted the town red!
Rumor has it some of the Fury boys were out until the wee hours at Rick’s, the Lazy Gecko, and more! It’s a new year, after all! We are anticipating happiness and success in 2011 at Fury Key West and we wish the same to all of you. Make it a great year!
Shayne Benowitz is a Fury crewmember and freelance writer. For more travel stories visit her at web.me.com/shaynebeth and follow her at twitter.com/ShayneBenowitz.