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Graduation: Time to Celebrate

This is something to celebrate!

A graduation is an honor, something to be proud of. This type of celebration would be one or two times in their life (depending on the college and post-grad plans) Family and friends should give the graduates the credit they deserve as this will be one of the major and proudest accomplishments in their lives

Going throughout the academic years it’s challenging, stressful, and demanding. All those days waking up early to get to class on time, all those nights staying up late studying for tests or writing papers,  all those exciting times getting the high score needed on tests and papers. It was tough, but they know it was all worth the work.

The Graduates

It is estimated that for the 2019-2020 academic year, there will be a total of 3,898,000 college graduates in the United States and about 3.3 million students were projected to graduate in the school year. Congratulations to all of them! This is such a big deal. Wearing that cap and gown and receiving the diploma is actually the most epic milestone of them all.

A diploma is not just a piece of paper, it proves all the effort, dedication and discipline that led to accomplish a goal. This augurs well for their future, in a few years they will be working their way up the corporate ladder, as entrepreneurs, some will start their own business, others will be teachers, doctors, engineers, and more.

Graduations & Coronavirus?

High School and College students throughout the United States are feeling saddened after several universities and schools have canceled or postponed spring graduation ceremonies because of Coronavirus.

Celebrate!! Celebrate!!

Planning a graduation celebration would keep the graduate, parents, family and friends to stay optimistic, excited, and hopeful about their careers, future, and life in general. For example start with collecting all photographs that documented significant events, such as: sports events, first day of class, adventures with close friends, etc. These can be shared on a screen or collage at the party, choose the venue, theme, music, and enhancements for the party.

For a spring celebration, outdoor parties are especially fun. Informal cookouts and pool parties are family-friendly activities that everyone can enjoy. Commencement ceremonies could be delayed due to the current situation and students probably won’t have their celebrations in spring however they can have an outdoor/indoor celebration about one of our yachts at any time of the year – Miami Style. After all they didn’t have their spring break in Miami but can celebrate their dream graduation party in the Magic City.

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We’re All In This Together | An Optimistic Outlook on Coronavirus

We’re All In This Together

We have all heard the expression lately “We’re all in the same boat together”.  Well this time the name of the boat is “Planet Earth”.  As the sailors on the old sailing ships we could see a storm coming but we did not realize it would be the equivalent of a hurricane and tsunami hitting our ship at the same time. We have taken the hit but because of the crew onboard “Planet Earth” we will make it through this storm. The brilliant scientist, medical professionals and first responders are working tirelessly to find solutions and assist those in need.  The workers in all of those “essential businesses” who continue to work to provide us with basics of life.  The teachers and students who are finding new ways to teach and learn. The manufactures creating the vital products needed and the truck drivers moving those products.  The entertainers and artists who are providing free access to their talents to help keep us all sane.   There are thousands and thousands of people doing everything they can to help.  There are even those of us who can assist by simply staying home so we don’t risk catching or spreading this virus further.

And that is where we at Biscayne Lady Yacht Charters are right now.  We are in fun business of showing off our beautiful city and Biscayne Bay to all of the hundreds of thousands of people who visit Miami every year and the local residents who love to see their own city from the water.  Miami is virtually empty of visitors right now and the residents are under “Stay at Home” orders.

We will come out the other side of this storm that Planet Earth is experiencing but it will take some time.

We hope you will all have a chance to join us on one of our many “boats” for food, drinks, entertainment and beautiful views when the storm has passed.

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