While many of you come to Key West on vacation to snorkel, parasail, or enjoy the Ultimate Adventure, Fury could also be the ultimate location for your Key West wedding or private event.
If you happen to be planning a destination wedding, we’ve got one of the most unique Key West wedding venues for your celebration–our 65′ sailing catamarans. A trip on the water with Fury can be a memorable moment in any destination wedding weekend. We have an incredible wedding and events team on staff that does a great job customizing your every wish. We also work with a number of local planners as a preferred vendor, so be sure to ask about getting on the water.
There’s a number of ways our catamarans can accommodate your private party depending on your needs. It can be a wonderful way to celebrate your rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, reception, day after brunch, or an activity so that your guests get a taste of Key West on the water while they’re in town. We even have captains who are licensed to conduct the ceremony! Our event staff can also assist in selecting your entertainment, catering, and decor needs. A trip aboard Fury is always a crowd pleaser, so you’ll have lots of happy guests with amazing Key West memories!
From sunset sailing to snorkeling to our all day packages, we can customize the trip anyway you like. Our event planners work not only with wedding parties, but also with corporate charters, Key West Boat Charters, and other events, so consider us when planning your next party in Key West.
A big thank you to Meghan of MEC Images for sharing these lovely wedding photos with us, and congratulations to the happy couple!
Shayne Benowitz is a freelance writer and Fury crew member. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, and join the fun on Twitter @FuryKeyWest and @ShayneBenowitz.
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