If tiki is the ultimate in drunken kitsch, and boats offer ultimate relaxation, can you handle a tiki boat? Yes you can: book a three hour tour aboard the Tiki Mermaid
The Tiki Mermaid's what the S.S. Minnow would've been if the Skipper'd been a rum-running fat-ass instead of just-a-fat-ass: 60 feet, with a 75-passenger capacity, completely decked out in torches and Hawaiian decorations. The mighty sloop's divided into two stories, with a top deck for open-air cocktailing, and a lower, dance-floor deck for lurching around and blaming it on the waves. Both floors can be set up with bars, so no matter where you're couched out, you can quaff umbrella'd booze until beautiful Marina Del Rey looks like beautiful Tropical Sound Stage B
All tours include open bar and appetizers, with the premiumness of the liquor/grub determined by whether your friends are Gilligans or Millionaires -- though either way, you'll end up trying to summon help with a coconut.