FLIBS19: Oasis Lounge returns

Oct 30, 2019 by Lucy Chabot Reed

The Oasis Lounge in the SuperYacht Village is a dedicated space exclusively for captains and crew working the show. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, the indoor/outdoor space offers lunch each day (11 a.m.-2 p.m.), drinks, wi-fi, spa services, and sponsor giveaways.

The SuperYacht Village is located at Pier Sixty-Six Marina South, south of 17th Street on the ICW and base for the largest boats in the show. The Oasis Lounge is accessible via boat show tender, water taxi and shuttle bus from all points of the show. 

Housed last year at the Swimming Hall of Fame, the Oasis was forced to move due to construction. It is sponsored this year by Global Marine Travel, Yacht Chandlers, Bluewater Superyacht Bridge Services, EcoStore, IMSA, KVH, MHG, Peters & May, Medical Support Offshore, Weather Routing Inc., Pinmar, and Safe Harbour Marinas.

Admission is by registration only, either at the door or in advance at theoasislounge.flygmt.com/register.

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