Lake Tahoe Sightseeing Cruises Aboard the Bleu Wave
Spend an afternoon aboard this classic yacht while enjoying a dinner cruise or sightseeing adventure around the pristine waters of Emerald Bay while enjoying a fantastic boat tour Lake Tahoe style! Lake Tahoe is world-renowned for its gorgeous scenery and mountain views and Lake Tahoe cruises and Lake Tahoe cruise tours are brimming with adventure. Do not miss out on a wonderful opportunity to experience the best hotspots on Lake Tahoe with a fun cruise aboard one of these Bleu Wave cruises.
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Set sail from the Tahoe Keys Marina on the Tahoe Bleu Wave, a charming yacht that has been all over the world but now calls the cool waters of Lake Tahoe home. You'll enjoy sightseeing as you pass by breathtaking, snow-capped mountain tops more than 3,000 feet above the lake and lush forestry that lines the waterside on this Emerald Bay cruise Lake Tahoe. Comfortably nestled in the towering Sierra Nevada Mountains, this alpine lake is known as the largest in North America, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors to its shores.
Once you board your boat ride Lake Tahoe, you'll float by the sandy shores of Emerald Bay and be completely enamored by the beauty of the area on the Bleu Wave Lake Tahoe. You'll get fantastic views of Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight's Vikingsholm Castle and what remains of her Tea House at Fannette Island, the only island on the lake. Additionally, a picture perfect view of Eagle Waterfall awaits you. Admire the beautiful ornamentation of hardy, old teak wood and lavish amenities of the Tahoe Bleu Wave as you relax with all the comforts of home. Sit back, sip on your favorite beverage from the fully stocked bar, and enjoy the crisp mountain air and serene waters during this unforgettable experience.
Sights you will see on the Bleu Wave Cruise include popular South Lake Tahoe dinner cruise sites such as:
Vikingsholm Castle: This towering mansion pays homage to the architecture of Lake Tahoe's past. The home features an impressive 38 rooms and gives details about the history of the area and the owner of the estate, Lora Josephine Knight. It is known as 'Tahoe's Hidden Castle' and draws thousands of curious visitors each year. The estate is also considered to be one of the best examples of Scandinavian architecture on the continent. The home is currently in operation as a museum, allowing guests to tour its grounds and enjoy the views of Emerald Bay State Park. You will see this landmark on your boat cruise Lake Tahoe.
Fannette Island: This is the only island on Lake Tahoe, making it a unique sight to see during your cruise. It is also home to the ruins of Lora Josephine Knight's Tea House, which can be seen on the cruise. See this iconic place on your Lake Tahoe Emerald Bay cruise!
Eagle Waterfall: Be prepared for stunning Sierra Nevada views and the rush of Eagle Waterfall. This landmark is absolutely gorgeous and is located north of South Lake Tahoe. Visitors can choose to hike the trail up to the waterfall at their own leisure, but it can be seen from the boat on these sightseeing endeavors. It is seen on the cruises in Lake Tahoe.
Guests will also have the chance to see views of wildlife that call Lake Tahoe and the surrounding Sierra Nevadas home on the Mereald Bay Cruise Lake Tahoe. Keep your eyes peeled for beavers, Northern Goshawk, Willow Flycatchers and other birds, the yellow-bellied marmot, and even black bears! Lake Tahoe fish include Kokanee salmon, Lahontan Cutthroat Trout, and Mountain Whitefish.
About the Lake Tahoe Bleu Wave
The 1966 Tahoe Bleu Wave has traveled waters all over the world and measures in at more than 70 feet long. This million dollar commercial yacht can seat up to 47 guests comfortably and provides comfortable amenities including a fully stocked bar with a fireplace, private lounge, stateroom, outdoor fly bridge, spotless restrooms and full climate controlled main decks and middle quarters. Its immaculately-kept quarters and a second deck make it the perfect choice when choosing from Lake Tahoe cruises, whether you decide on a private charter tour or public boat cruise or even a Lake Tahoe dinner cruise.
About Emerald Bay
Emerald Bay sits at the southwest corner of the lake, just 12 miles from the city. It has been a designated National Natural Landmark since 1969 and boasts a gorgeous natural landscape of towering mountains and glacier-carved granite. Winding trails wrap around the bay encouraging visitors to walk, bike or run the scenic paths. The area is home to Vikingsholm, a beautiful mansion of Scandinavian architecture that rests on the shore of Emerald Bay. It was built in 1929 and was the summer home of Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight. The home is on the National Register of Historic Places. Emerald Bay is also home to the remains of Mrs. Knight's Tea House on Fannette Island, the only island on the lake The bay was designated as an underwater state park in 1994 and Emerald Bay Beach is a popular tourist site for breathtaking views, sightseeing and water activities such as boating, swimming, scuba diving and paddle boarding, so be sure to visit on your next vacation.
About the Lake Tahoe Cruises on the Bleu Wave
Of course, there are plenty of cruising options when selecting your Lake Tahoe cruise. The Bleu Wave sets sail for several different cruises, including a sunset cruise Lake Tahoe is popular for. From sightseeing adventures to a dinner cruise options, lunch cruises, and Tahoe sunset cruise adventures, you and your loved ones can enjoy the finest of scenery and fun in North Lake Tahoe and its surrounding areas. Each of these cruise options provides the best scenery in the area and allows visitors to truly get the best Lake Tahoe cruise experience.
Whether you take a sunset dinner cruise Lake Tahoe, a daytime scenic cruise, a party boat venture, a sightseeing boat cruise, or simply want to get out on the water and see gorgeous Lake Tahoe sights, this sunset cruise Lake Tahoe option is great. Book one of these Tahoe sailing charters on the Bleu Wave and get out to experience the best of Lake Tahoe's natural wonders during your next vacation! south lake tahoe cruises south lake tahoe boat cruise
|Lake Tahoe Emerald Bay Sightseeing Cruise Aboard the Bleu Wave|
|Available Now until 12/31/2022 View Detailed Schedule|
|Enjoy a fantastic sightseeing cruise on your next trip to Lake Tahoe, CA. This two-hour adventure allows visitors to see some of the most astonishing landmarks in the Lake Tahoe area. View Emerald Bay, Fannette Island, Vikingsholm Castle, and more while learning about local wildlife, history and culture! Lake Tahoe is nestled in the gorgeous Sierra Nevada Mountains and as such is renowned for providing fantastic sightseeing during these cruises. Sail along Emerald Bay while enjoying the perks of the beautiful Bleu Wave sailing boat. During the cruise, guests will also be able to enjoy sodas, juices, coffee, water, personal snacks, and can purchase alcoholic beverages at the bar. They'll also receive one complimentary beer, wine or champagne, adding to the experience. Whether you are fascinated by the wild life of Emerald Bay State Park or glorious mountain views, this adventure provides an unforgettable time for you and your family.|
|Lake Tahoe Emerald Bay Happy Hour Cruise Aboard the Bleu Wave|
|Available 6/4/2022 until 7/31/2022 View Detailed Schedule|
|Let loose and celebrate Happy Hour with an awesome cruise on Lake Tahoe! On this two-hour adventure, guests will be able to purchase drink specials as well as purchase sodas, juices, coffees, water, and personal snacks. Alcohol is, of course, available too at the bar. Sip on your favorite boozy drink While out on the water. You'll see sparkling waves and the wildlife that makes Lake Tahoe so special. While sipping on your favorite boozy drink, learn about the history of the area as you sail past landmarks such as Eagle Waterfall, Fannette Island and its Tea House, and Lora Josephine Knight's Vikingsholm Castle. With its fun combination of Lake Tahoe sightseeing and Happy Hour, this is the perfect way to get out and relax after the stresses of everyday life!|
|Lake Tahoe Emerald Bay Sunset Cruise Aboard the Bleu Wave|
|Available Now until 12/31/2022 View Detailed Schedule|
|Explore the beautiful Emerald Bay of Lake Tahoe on this fun Sunset Cruise! During this venture, visitors will be able to enjoy scenery unlike any other as they enjoy the views and amenities provided by the beautiful Bleu Wave sailing boat. Take a 2-hour venture sailing from South Lake Tahoe to Emerald Bay while enjoying panoramic views of snow-capped mountains and landmarks such as Vikingsholm and Fannette Island. The history of Lake Tahoe is intriguing and you can get an up-close and unique look at the past during your sailing ventures. Included in this cruise is one complimentary beer, wine, or champagne. Guests can also choose to purchase additional sodas, juices, coffee, water, and snacks. An open bar is available for alcoholic drinks. Sip on your favorite drink and soak up the views of a colorful Lake Tahoe sunset. It is the perfect way to end a day of exploring Lake Tahoe and its gorgeous mountain wonders, so do not miss out on the opportunity to sail along Emerald Bay on the Bleu Wave.|
- Are alcoholic beverages served at Lake Tahoe Sightseeing Cruises Aboard the Bleu Wave?
Yes, alcohol is served to guests 21 and older with valid ID.
- What type of parking do you have?
Free parking is available.
- Approximately how long is Lake Tahoe Sightseeing & Lunch Cruises Aboard the Bleu Wave?
The cruise lasts approximately 2 hours.
- How many decks or levels are there aboard the Lake Tahoe Sightseeing & Lunch Cruises Aboard the Bleu Wave?
There are three decks.
- What lake or river does the Lake Tahoe Sightseeing & Lunch Cruises Aboard the Bleu Wave cruise on?
- What is the dress code?
There is no dress code; just dress comfortably!