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Lake Mead Boat Rental?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by ValerieJo, Mar 6, 2017.

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  1. ValerieJo

    ValerieJo Low-Roller

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    Since we are planning on visiting in the summer this time, we thought we might take a day and rent a boat on Lake Mead. Does anyone have recommendations? Any information from someone who has done this would be great. Any experiences?

    Thanks.
     
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  2. MiDenny

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    We have done this twice now. Both times it was a group event. Both times we rented from Callville Bay Marina. First trip we had a double decker pontoon with a slide on the back. Second time we scored a free upgrade to a 50-something foot houseboat. Scenery is amazing, we had a blast and will very likely plan another one this fall.

    How many in your party? I know they had smaller boats too along with jet skis. We actually had to rent a smaller boat along with the houseboat as they limit occupancy to 12 people while it's moving. The larger boats are equipped with a Grill as well.

    They do require a deposit equal to the full rental price (cash or charge) and refund the deposit upon return. Our experiences were very good with them. If you have any specific questions, fire away.

    A couple pics...
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    Vegas Lake Mead.jpg
    Cheers!
     
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    Thanks MIDenny! That looks amazing. There are only 2 of us. Maybe they have a small pontoon or inboard/outboard? I'll definitely check them out.
     
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