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Boating In Lake Tahoe

Some lakes are great, but none are as unique and beautiful as Lake Tahoe. For starters, the waters of big blue never freeze. Second, you have 72 miles of coastline to explore which features the highest elevation lighthouse in America. As soon as the air temp warms up, it’s time to set off on Tahoe’s waters for a boating adventure that you’ll remember long after you’ve returned to dock.

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Embarking onto the cobalt blue waters of Tahoe is a must for all who visit this gem of the Sierra. For those with their own boats, there are plenty of amenities for boaters of all types and skill levels – from public launch sites and harbors to high end marinas. An experienced boater? Head to one of the many popular piers like Timber Cove Marina, The Marina at Zephyr Cove Resort, Camp Richardson Historic Resort & Marina, and Tahoe Keys Marina to rent a vessel that you can shove off on.

MS Dixie II entering Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe
M.S. Dixie II Entering Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe | Photo: Lake Tahoe Cruises

An even better option for the first-time visitor is to consider heading out on a cruise. From the classic booze cruises to a simple excursion around Lake Tahoe to see places like Emerald Bay, you’ll find a voyage that fits what you’re looking for.

As soon as the air temp warms up, it’s time to set off on Tahoe’s waters for a boating adventure that you’ll remember long after you’ve returned to dock.

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