King St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
King Street Sydney NS
(02) 9822 5006
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Annie Pollard said 4 years ago
The men on this boat are not the most respectful to women. Firstly - I'm not a prude. I appreciate a good male show but there are different ways to go about this. An obese woman was pashed, I has my hair grabbed (a fist full of hair) and my head was forced to a crotch, and other girls were I feel were violated also. I feel they treat us like items and they target women who don't want to be targeted, because they feel it gets more of a crowd response. Why don't you learn how to dance "Magic Mike" style - that's what's hot. I had to beg for more food to be out on my plate as it would have been half empty otherwise. Unlimitwd drinks is the reason I gave 2 stars instead of 1.
Anthony Paul said 4 years ago
Thanks the girls had a blast on Saturday, loved the new show and happy the bar stay opens for the entire cruise
VW Polo Owner said 4 years ago
Sooo hot, best hens night ever, loved the front seats.
Memi Z said 4 years ago
Highly recommend Stallions Afloat, great entertainment and unlimited alcohol... Men are 10/10 :)
ldowle1 said 5 years ago
DO NOT USE Stallions Afloat. This company is poorly organised and it will unfortunately ruin your night of celebrating. The issues we had were told directly to the owner and no solution could be made. Dont waste your money on this cruise night.
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