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Events Coverage

Business Ferryboat Cruise & Party

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On 19 June 2018, yet another BPCC & EY joint cruise along the Odra took place, this year aboard the riverboat Nereida.

This time, the ship exceptionally set off half an hour later than usual so that the guests and crew could support the Polish team in the match against Senegal during the 2018 World Cup. Sadly the result did not promise a happy mood, but with great music under the stars, grilled food, cold beer from Namysłów, Meli Melum cider and drinks served by professionals from Sofitel quickly improved the atmosphere. In addition to the attractions of the evening, guests had an opportunity of the tasting of original Scottish whisky in the form of a Tour of Scotland with native Scot and whisky expert Martyn O'Reilly, who talked knowledgeably about the secrets and curiosities of producing the world famous Scottish spirit. Martyn explained the correct ways of savouring whisky, to draw all the depth of tastes and aromas from it, and the secrets of selecting the right whisky with the appropriate dishes. At 11pm the guests left the deck in in notably better cheer than when they boarded, thereby closing the 18th year of joint cruises on the Odra River.

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