Sailing in Cedar Park


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  • Premier Party Cruises
    In April of 2009, Brian Hill was at an impasse. Always the guy to throw parties and plan vacations with his friends, Brian had promised his friends a 4th of July bash on his own party boat. The only problem was that he didn't have a party boat. Instead of canceling the party and disappointing his friends, Brian put his engineering degree from the University of Texas to good use and created the Catalyst—a 20'x50' single-deck party barge. After the success of his initial voyage, Brian got the documentation to start his own business and has since thrown hundreds of parties on the waters of Lake Travis. Brian customized his vessel with a gas grill and a sizeable dance floor to accommodate up to 100 revelers. The boat even has a tiki bar for more lax cruises, as well as festive lighting for nighttime rides and a future time where the sun has flown away.
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    17900 Easy St
    Jonestown, TX US
  • Sail and Ski Center
    Sail & Ski Center's amiable staff of sports enthusiasts and shipwrights keep outdoor voyagers plying the waves and skimming down mountainsides with boat-maintenance services and an array of watersport and snow-sport accouterments. Like snagging an entire tray of cheese samples, the vast emporium of snowboards, skis, and wakeboards allows visitors to try out wares before they buy, sending thrill-seekers sailing over seas and snowdrifts atop such brand names as Hyperlite, Liquid Force, Saloman, and Mission 7. The talented servicefolk at Sail & Ski Center also sell, repair, and refurbish a broad spectrum of watercrafts, including yachts, jet skis, motorboats, and rocket-powered dinghies.
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    1106 Ranch Road 620 North
    Lakeway, TX US
  • Splash Rentals
    At Splash Rentals, outdoor explorers rent boats, jet skis, and kayaks that facilitate the exploration of the Highland Lakes. Patrons can choose from more than 20 watercraft, and can pick up their rentals at the Kingsland storefront or request delivery by an industrious giant tortoise to Buchanan, Inks, LBJ, or Marble Falls Lakes. Splash also rents out sporty water toys such as wakeboards, tubes, and skis to ensure that adventurers get the most out of their time on the lake.
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    1924 RR 1431
    Kingsland, TX US
  • Capital Cruises
    Each night, about a half-hour before sunset, one of Capital Cruises' double-decker boats launches out onto Lady Bird Lake. Austin's skyline peeks its head over the tree-lined banks as the vessel floats toward the Congress Avenue Bridge. Once there, passengers watch the sun drop below the horizon and paint a streak of burnt orange across the sky in an action that seems to bring the bridge to life. Here, at one of the largest urban bat colonies on the continent, thousands of bats take flight and soar into the sky. These bat tours are just one way Capital Cruises explores Lady Bird Lake. The crown jewel of its fleet, a 75-foot yacht, sets the stage for floating wedding parties and specialty cruises such as the Riverboat Gambler. During these trips, passengers play roulette and nibble fajitas, pasta, and barbecue catered by the Hyatt Regency hotel. Additionally, Capital Cruises' staff lets customers chart their own adventures with rentals of standup paddleboards, swan-shaped pedal boats, and 21-foot electric Duffy boats.
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    208 Barton Springs Rd.
    Austin, TX US
  • Lone Star Riverboat
    Emblazoned with patriotic red, white, and blue, Lone Star Riverboat's vessels churn through Lady Bird Lake, floating alongside towering cypress trees and the city's skyline. Meanwhile, the captain's booming voice narrates each tour and details the steamy romances of the area's local waterfowl. However, the company's aquatic excursions aren't just restricted to sightseeing. Their largest ship, The Lone Star, boasts two decks and a 150-person capacity. Aboard the ship, DJs spin tunes and caterers serve barbecue for special events such as weddings. On Friday nights, patrons board The Lone Star for moonlight cruises, taking in scenic views of the Austin skyline. Lone Star Riverboat's enthusiasm for the water extends to environmental preservation. According to its website, the company owns the largest all-electric paddle wheeler in the country. It also donates a portion of its gross sales to the Austin area's park system and provides afterschool activities for at-risk fish.
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    208 Barton Springs Rd.
    Austin, TX US
  • Zilker Park Boat Rentals
    In 1969, Howard Barnett drove past Town Lake and immediately became enamored with its idyllic, tree-lined banks. With the image of the lake’s picturesque scenery still in his mind, the avid outdoorsman decided to open a nearby canoe-rental shop, finding a spot hidden from the road and only steps away from a creek that fed into the lake. With full support from his family, Howard manned the shop in between his shifts for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. Today, the Barnetts continue to run Zilker Park Boat Rentals, and Town Lake has since been renamed Lady Bird Lake. The shop now harbors more than 100 rental canoes and kayaks, as well as Ocean Kayak standup paddleboards. While renters embark on outings, their vessels glide them under pendulant branches, the bridge at Barton Springs Road, and past turtles racing to beat their best time for the 100-meter dash.
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    2100 Barton Springs Road
    Austin, TX US

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