Everything you need to know about Weekender: Boat Party

The tans are topped, the rows are snatched, and David is large and in charge as always. It can only mean one thing; it’s time for some non-stop holiday repping antics courtesy of ITV2. Jetting off to the sunny shores of Croatia this time around, our cheeky cast of reps are as unqualified, uncontrollable, and unusual as always. So sit back and relax as we spill the beans on everything you need to know about Weekender: Boat Party this year. And, as said by Captain David himself, they’re in Croatia, they’re right posh now.

When: Weekender: Boat Party starts on the 9th of October and will run for six weeks on ITV2, airing at 9pm every Tuesday.
Who: This year’s line-up brings a mix of familiar faces (David, Imogen, and Jordan) and new (Charlotte and Jackson).
What: Spinning off from the wildly popular Ibiza (and Magaluf) Weekender series, ITV2 has let your favourite holiday reps set sail on the high-ish seas. Working aboard their very own weekender yacht, the gang are touring party hotspots around Croatia’s islands to keep their guests happy and in high spirits.
Where: The lively reps will be sailing their glamorous yacht around the islands of Croatia, hitting the nation’s top party spots on a glamorous booze cruise to remember.


Your Croatian Adventure

If you’re planning your own club-hopping adventure in Croatia, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a rough guide to the Croatia’s party hotspots;

Dubrovnik: Arguably Croatia’s most well-known destination, Dubrovnik has some of the country’s best nightlife, ranging from lively nightclubs and stylish cocktail bars to cosy wine cellars.

Hvar: Just a stone’s throw away from iconic the iconic city of Dubrovnik, Hvar is the place to be for those looking for a chic party experience in the sun.

Makarska: One of the first hotspots visited by the Weekender crew, the vibe around Makarska is a unique blend of party and paradise. Dance the night away or sip cocktails on the beach, it’s all up to you.

Primošten: Better known for its vineyards than party scene, the town of Primošten throws caution to the wind and lets its hair down in style during the summer season.

Pula: Situated on Istria’s southern-most tip, Pula boasts a number of bars and nightclubs and more gourmet dining than you’ll know where to start. Perfect for lining the stomach before an evening on the tiles.

Rab: Surrounded by stunning blue waters, the island of Rab hosts some of the best beach parties in Croatia. Whether you’re looking to party during the day or night, Rab always has something going on.

Split: Dalmatia’s largest city, Split oozes sophistication and charm with plenty of trendy bars and VIP clubs to choose from.

Vodice: Only 10km away from Šibenik (known as the gateway to the Kornati Islands), Vodice is known for its great party scene and the luxurious boats docked at the marina.

Zadar: Perfect for a relaxed break, the bars of Zadar are relaxed and subdued- ideal for holidaymakers looking to let their hair down but not shave it all off (a la 2007 Britney).

Zrce: Located on the island of Pag, Zrce has everything from foam parties to open-air club nights held right on its sandy beachfront.

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Written on 22nd October 2018 by

Kirsty Sidley

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