Thinking Of A Valentine’s Proposal?
So you’re taking a risk and thinking of a Valentine’s Day proposal, eh? Why do we say risk? Well, for the simple reason that it’s erring on the side of obvious. With a Valentine’s proposal there’s a danger that your better half starts to suspect that you’ve just forgotten about getting her a card and you’re proposing simply to avoid the awkward silence (as if you’d do such a thing). That’s why we think you need to go with a sure-fire thing and Diplomat Cruise’s Private Proposal Cruise boasts a 100% success record.
As you’d expect with this sort of gig you get champagne, canapes, chocolates and all that jazz. The real draw though is that you get 150 minutes of luxury yacht access, allowing you to go anywhere you like on the The Thames (providing it’s not more than 85 minutes away, I guess). So you can charter your very own cruise destinations, show her all the places you love in London and then pop the question. It’s a guaranteed* yes-getter.
“Our clients have very specific visions and it’s our job to make these happen whilst very much staying behind the scenes,” says Charlotte Dunn from Diplomat. “One of our recent proposers wanted his girlfriend’s favourite song to come on just as we reached the London Eye where he had a photographer waiting on the promenade to capture the moment. It was perfect and, needless to say, she said yes. It gets pretty emotional, however it’s magical to be part of something so special and it’s a story that will be talked about for the rest of their lives.”
Incidentally, if you’re wondering why the boat looks familiar it’s because it’s the exact same one (a Sunseeker Superhawk) that appeared in the iconic chase sequence at the beginning of The World Is Not Enough. We’re still awaiting confirmation of whether you can play with the mounted machine guns**.
To book your cruise go to http://www.diplomatcruises.co.uk