Planning a party, company meeting
/ event, wedding,
Seniors' outings, school
classes, swim parties, Quinsieras, Bar
Mitzvahs, graduation or family
reunion? When you want to
entertain family and friends and make a Good
Don't settle for
just anything, Hire the nicest, cleanest, safest, most well equipped Party Boats in
Dallas, Fort Worth, DFW and North Texas!
40' x 12' Motor Catamaran
(1 to 40 passenger) weight capacity 9000lbs, 2 x 90-hp 4-stroke engines.
This boat is great for groups 1 - 35 people.
50' x16' Motor Trimaran (1 - 50 passengers) weight
capacity 12,000 lbs., 2 x 225-hp engines.
This boat is great for 10 - 50 people with plenty of
room even to dance!
Our 2 large party boats have quiet twin 4-stroke
The single story/deck was chosen to maximize safety and
floor space and be able to go under bridges.
Great stereos with amps, CD/MP-3, I-pod connections, LED party lights
and clean restrooms, Driver
& Crew Included.
Stay out after sunset, no worries about getting lost or
being late with our professional driver on board.
Large ice chest (bring ice), trash can and all required safety gear
will be on board on all boats.
Available 7 days
a week 9 am - 12 midnight, March - October On Lewisville Lake,
Just Minutes from
Dallas, Fort Worth,
Grapevine, DFW Metro Areas!
What Is The Difference Between Party Boat or a Party
/ Yachts are Safe, Catamarans being the
safest and most stable and can go out on
windy days, more upscale, classy, have more
amenities and can Cruise around the lake
more quickly with Single or Twin Engines,
Sail or a combination of Sail w/engine.
Clean toilets, nice flooring & built-in
seats with party lights for night-time
cruising. Dallas has an average of 11 miles
per hour of wind each day, making motor or
sail catamarans the best choice, safest and
least likely to cancel your trip. Do you
want to look good, cruise around the lake in
a safe and stable boat and make a good
impression to friends and family or maybe
you want to cruise to the party cove to swim
and not spend all you time getting there.
Make a good impression to friends and
family, then this is the boat for you.
these are basically homemade, a very
slow-moving floating dock and in this area a
single 60 or 90Hp engine--very basic and not
impressive but it floats. The radio may or
may not work (might have to bring your own).
Be realistic if a 40' party barge only has a
single 60 or 90Hp engine, square blocks for
floatation and 30 - 50 people onboard don't
be surprised or get mad that it is slow, it
is a floating dock and not designed to go
anywhere. These barges are usually found a
short distance from their dock or a lot of
time is spent just getting somewhere.
Seating is on plastic chairs that can break
or tip over. Water laps over the floatation
or the front of the craft, getting people
wet. They have double decks and allow people
to jump off the top, think about it you have
been drinking, stairs get wet and the waves
rocking the craft and you are falling up or
down the stairs or with all the trees in the
lake and you cannot see below the surface
and jumping off? Don't care all you want to
do is go a short distance off shore and
swim, rough house and do not expect to
cruise around or need anything fancy, the
floating dock is best for college parties
and young groups, Not Entertaining.
Large House Boat / Barge
is a flat bottom boat or a barge and is
restricted, this barge struggles to go out on
windy days(15+mph), they are very hard to
control, often cancelling your trip or will
just go a short distance from their dock or
just stay at the dock.
There is a boat for everyone or every
event, the choice is yours:
Don't care all you want to do is go a short
distance off shore and swim, get drunk, rough
Do Not expect to cruise around or need
anything nice, this will work. BUT if you want to look good,
have nice, safe, clean equipment and cruise around the lake
and make a good impression to friends and family, then the Party
will work for you, Not A Barge.
Please get the
proper boat for the occasion as too many people are hiring
the wrong boat trying to save a few dollars. What are
you really getting for your money? Be realistic...if a
40' party barge only has a single 60-Hp or 90-Hp engine
and square blocks for floatation, don't be surprised or
get mad that it is slow (even when empty),
a floating dock and not designed to go anywhere