Carl Cox Float Your Boat 2015

Posted on February 18, 2015

Words: Iain Thomson

Float Your Boat returns to Ibiza this summer with the official sunset pre-party boat adventure for Carl Cox Revolution party on Tuesday. Ibiza 2014 saw the concept make its debut and waste no time in capturing the hearts of an army of clubbers. Sailing out of San Antonio and taking advantage of the breathtaking sunset, FYB offered a boat party that included some of Ibiza’s more established residents alongside some of the talent that featured in the high profile Ibiza parties that followed. Details have still to be released on the full summer schedule but Jason Bye will be returning as resident with the Tuesday party launching on July 7 and running until September 22.

Regular appearances from some of the biggest international talent was one of the defining factors in the instant success of Float Your Boat. Tied into one of the most popular club events on the island, it had access to some amazing talent pool, with top Ibiza resident DJs setting the party up every week. The line up for the boat party was the envy of some club events around the world, with Carl Cox, Just Be, Eats Everything, James Zabiela and Jon Rundell amongst the talent that took over the booth. Big news for Ibiza 2015 is that FYB is installing a Pioneer XY soundsystem, ensuring that it has one of the most powerful systems of any boat on the Med. With plans to maintain the high profile DJ connection, FYB will certainly have enough chances to test the new system.



With Float Your Boat returning on Tuesday, tied into Music Is Revolution ‘The Next Phase’, one of the outstanding Ibiza parties, there’s plenty of choice when it comes to when you want to enjoy your boat party experience. The guests have not been announced yet but, similar to last year, they will come from the line up for the popular Space Ibiza event, meaning that once again you can catch some of the most exciting talents on the scene up close and personal. FYB Tuesday kicks off on July 7 as the collaboration with Carl Cox and his Music Is Revolution party, including free bus and entrance into the cub until September 22.