3 Reasons To Visit Tahoe Sailing Charters


*Disclaimer- We were compensated 1 ride with Tahoe Sailing Charters, but all opinions are our own!

While visiting Lake Tahoe have you ever seen boats exploring the vast beauty of the lake and wanted to join the voyage adventure? We felt that way too before discovering Tahoe Sailing Charters out of Tahoe City. Here are our top 3 reasons to book your sunset cruise today!

#1 – The Service

From the moment we reserved our spaces and throughout the time until we stepped foot back on the dock, the ownership, management, and staff were five-star. They were welcoming, friendly, informative, and professional — did we also mention they are outstanding bartenders onboard (drinks are included)?!

#2 – The Customers

When booking a sunset sail excursion there can be ambivalence about the other joining guests. Are they going to be snooty? Obnoxious? With an intimate setting and only about 15 others onboard, a few irritants can swiftly turn the boat southbound. All of the customers were friendly, willing to take photos of other guests, and open to discussion of life and the surrounding sights. We even made some future travel friends from Salt Lake City!

#3 – The Sights

A calm summer day on Lake Tahoe for a Sunset cruise is picturesque. I mean Ansel Adams in color picturesque. The deep blue water, the snow capped mountains, the shoreline homes, and the massive trees are truly beautiful to experience. Not pretty enough for you? Oh yes, don’t forget the sun setting over the mountain range to cap off your evening of unforgettable sights.

Fun Fact: 

Lake Tahoe holds 39 trillion gallons of water, which is enough water to cover the state of California to a depth of over two feet!

Tahoe Sailing Charters has been operating as Lake Tahoe’s premiere sailing charter operation since 2004. They are committed to providing a fun, safe experience for all who wish to enjoy the spectacular lake and mountain views. Check them out at http://www.TahoeSail.com

16 Replies to “3 Reasons To Visit Tahoe Sailing Charters”

  1. Oh, this looks so relaxing and beautiful! I’ve done chartered sailings in the Caribbean and I agree with you on the anxiety about meeting your sailing mates and whether or not you’ll vibe with each other! Looks like you had a fantastic time…


  2. I am the only one in this free world who has not visited Tahoe! I have definitely been on cruises with obviously a large ship but never on a smaller boat like this. It looks like a lot of fun although I can’t swim so this may have contributed to me never being on the water like this 🙂


  3. Not related to the content of the post but when I first read your site I thought it said martinwithRanch not reach. Guess I really wanna try ranch geez


    1. Oh my goodness you totally should! It is so beautiful and so romantic and so much fun! They even do private charters so if you don’t want to hang out with some strangers that you cannot look into just renting a sailboat for you and whoever you know! So much fun. And PS congratulations on the engagement!


  4. I never had a chance to sail, nor experiencing water tours in a boat or cruises, I have sea sickness and It annoys me. I would love to sail and sea the open wide ocean. would love to try this one since its in a lake, why not 🙂


  5. This looks like a wonderful way to enjoy the lake! I grew up within walking distance of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, and the boating traffic was heavy during the summer. My favorite “boating” experience on the lake was actually on the ship called the Mount Washington, named after the mountain. Fall tours around the lake were especially beautiful!


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