The driest state in the U.S. is also rife with watery charms. 

M.S. Dixie II, Lake Tahoe

Whether you’ve got the whole fam in tow or have your sights set on a romantic getaway for two, embark on a boating tour along some of the country’s most famous waterways.


Cruise the “Jewel of the Sierra” aboard the 570-passenger M.S. Dixie II. Offering five cruises daily, this old-school paddle wheeler presents a narrated history of Emerald Bay and Lake Tahoe, all framed by unmatched views. Tours include daytime scenic, sunset dinner, and sundown sipping cruises. 

Lake Mead Cruises


What better way to experience the country’s largest National Recreation Area and see the amazing Hoover Dam than from a climate-controlled Mississippi-style paddle-wheel boat? Lake Mead Cruises offers fine dining and spectacular sights with your choice of a mid-day sightseeing cruise, champagne brunch cruise, or sunset dinner cruise, each lasting between 90 and 120 minutes.


There are a few boat tours along the mighty Colorado River in Laughlin, so you can choose your favorite excursion (or two!). To learn more about this delightful river town, click here. 

London Bridge Jet Boat Tours, Laughlin

London Bridge Jet Boat Tours whisk you 58 miles down the Colorado River to Havasu City, Arizona, with ample chances to spot wildlife. A two-hour lunch layover at the London Bridge awaits before you head back to Laughlin.

The Celebration River Boat is a deluxe, 112-passenger vessel in business for 23 years. Choose from scenic, cocktail, and dinner cruises on this comfortable watercraft while you enjoy the views topside from Laughlin River Tours.  

The U.S.S. Riverside, Laughlin

If you’re looking to learn about the Colorado River’s history while enjoying a fully narrated cruise, hop onboard The USS Riverside. Four cruises daily take you up to Davis Dam on the only casino cruiser designed to go under the Laughlin Bridge.

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