The Yot Club 2022
The next-level party boat has two bars, a stage and a dance floor — and it's sailing through Brisbane again.
January 10, 2022
Brisbane has long been partial to a party boat. The Island did the honours from the 80s through until early last decade, Seadeck has cruised the river over the past couple of years, and Yot Club been sailing into the city's waters for a while now, too. The latter has been making quite a big splash, in fact — as you'd expect from a huge yacht with two bars, a stage, a dance floor and, in normal times, a 400-person capacity.
Floating down the river again 2022, Yot Club's shindigs pop up in batches — and there are plenty in store until the end of the year. The glamorous, custom-built vessel calls itself "the world's first super yacht entertainment venue", and it's certainly something that southeast Queensland hadn't seen before it hit our waters. Sprawling over two levels, it measures nearly 40-metres long and over 22-metres wide, and blends a licensed floating club and a luxe function space.
With lounges across an open deck and undercover, a VIP room in the hull, and the promise of bands and DJs on its lineup, Yot Club wants to be the region's one-stop watery hangout. It serves up more than water, of course, thanks to a menu of classic and creative cocktails, plus brews chilled in the 45-keg-capacity cool room.
Yot Club sets off from City Botanic Gardens River Hub, with tickets prices varying depending on the day and time you're planning to hop onboard.
For its current run of dates, you can pick winter-themed sessions in both daytime (12.30–3.30pm) and evening slots (6–9pm) until the end of August, and spring fiestas at the same times once the season changes.
There are also Sunday lunch (11.30am–2pm), or you can your weekend with some Sunday arvo R&B tunes (4.30–7.30pm).
Images: Richard Greenwood / Yot Club. Updated August 19.