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Witness It: Blenders x The Yacht Week

Witness It: Blenders x The Yacht Week

At Blendz, you’re fully aware we know how to make kickass shades (check two of our limited-edition frames below), but it turns out we know how to rage, too. (Shocker, right?)

Last month, our Founder and Chief Shaderator, Chase, grabbed some seriously well-deserved time off alongside our Marketing Manager, Grace, and Event Coordinator, Marygrace.

The destination? Croatia. And the event vehicle for their time in the sun? None other than The Yacht Week.

 

The Week of Their Lives

 

The Blendz squad rocked The Yacht Week’s Croatia, Original Route for seven days, making the most of every damn second. Trust us, when you sign up for a floating party on any of TYW’s 40+ yachts sailing to one of seven prime world destinations, you’re going hard—there’s no way around it.

As you can tell from Grace and Marygrace’s lookbook of their time below, there’s no shortage of shenanigans to be had on the Croatia Route: Five islands to explore (Hvar, Bol, Vis, etc.), raft parties w/ headline DJs, nightclubs, run clubs, castle hikes, seaside yoga, sunset dinners and, of course, ridiculous island afterparties.

Of course, when you're getting into all that, you gotta look the part, which is why we teamed with The Yacht Week to prep two limited-edition shades:

 

Compass Blue

 

 

Wave Music

 

Now, a few fun Croatian facts courtesy of Chase:

  1. They invented the necktie.
  2. Croatia is home to the worlds smallest city, ‘Hum,’ with a population of 20 peeps.
  3. Their currency, ’Kuna,’ is named after a rodent. The rat, in fact.
  4. Croatians have the 4th-highest alcohol consumption of any country per capita.

Enjoy a glimpse at their time abroad below—at least, the parts we can show you—and don’t hesitate to seize the day and make your own mems with The Yacht Week this year.

Trust us, it’s worth it.

 

Mischief on the High Seas

 

 

 

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