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Five Things to Know About Dream Catcher Adventures
You could say the Dream Catcher houseboat is like a house on the water, but that'd be selling it short; after all, most houses don’t have waterslides, hot tubs, and launches for jet skis ready to dart onto the water’s surface. The Dream Catcher is its own beast, and a luxurious way to explore Lake Travis (as long as you can pry yourself away to go exploring). Read on for a look into this 60-foot luxury houseboat:
- It’s easy to get comfortable. The Dream Catcher’s four bedrooms, two bathrooms, luxury kitchen, and concierge service for groceries and necessities almost guarantees that group will be able to make themselves at home. The boat sleeps 10 and can accommodate up to 60 temporary guests.
- Boredom belongs to the landlocked. Lest you start to get too comfortable inside, the boat’s features facilitate activity at all speeds and energies. Along with the waterslides and optional jet skis, the boat also holds two on-board kayaks and fishing poles for a more leisure way to enjoy the lake and surrounding nature.
- You can party on the deck. The boat features 2,500 square feet of deck and interior space, with an entertainment area equipped with BBQ grills, bars, hot tubs, and a four-zone stereo system.
- You can watch a movie—or 500 of them. Downtime on the boat might mean kicking back and watching the 50” plasma flat screen, whose surround-sound system amplifies the action f programming from DirecTV and HBO. If satellite isn’t cutting it, there’s also a DVD library stocked with more than 500 titles.
- You can engage with nature from up close or afar. While cruising Lake Travis’s 65-plus miles of nature, passengers can stop on the beach for a cookout, paddle through the water, or simply relax on the deck and enjoy the rolling hills and limestone formations.