LAKE MEAD MOHAVE ADVENTURES ANNOUNCES ARRIVAL OF NEW SUNCHASER PONTOON BOAT FLEET AVAILABLE TO RENT THIS SUMMER
To meet increased visitor demand, Lake Mead Mohave Adventures announces the arrival of 20 brand-new Sunchaser Pontoon Boats. Available now at three of its marina destinations, including Callville Bay Marina, Cottonwood Cove Resort & Marina and Willow Beach Marina & Campground, these new boats offer guests an incredible way to experience Lake Mead National Recreation Area this summer.
“Demand for outdoor recreation, especially boating, continues to skyrocket this summer,” said Chad Taylor, director of sales and marketing, Lake Mead Mohave Adventures. “We are thrilled to be able to offer our guests a larger number of boats to rent so they can get out on the water and enjoy all the lake has to offer.”
Each Sunchaser Pontoon Boat can accommodate up to 12 guests. They come equipped with surround-sound stereo systems, large canopies, and comfy, lounge-style seating, and are available for daily rentals beginning at $400. They provide a relaxing way to spend the day on the lake with family and friends. Lake Mead Mohave Adventures also has personal watercraft available, which can be rented alongside the pontoon boats to add even more opportunities for fun and adventure on the lake.
This summer, it is also imperative for guests to plan ahead by arriving early and checking the status of boat launch destinations and marina facilities on the official Lake Mead National Recreation Area website.
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