What to bring


10553318_10152582706369672_2556709380953683357_nWhat should you bring aboard the houseboat?

  • Food and beverages
  • Children’s life jackets
  • Binoculars, camera, flashlight
  • Cell phone
  • Bath towels, wash cloths, kitchen towels, paper towels, paper plates
  • Fishing license and gear
  • Sunglasses, lounge chairs, ice chest, beach towels and toys
  • First aid kit, suntan lotion, insect repellent, and Dramamine
  • Dish soap, hand soap, pot scrubber, garbage can liners
    • For customers with CPAP machines there are 2 options.  Bring a deep cycle 12 volt battery and appropriate size 110 volt inverter or plug the boat into dockside shore power. The generator cannot run at night while all people are  sleeping due to the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning.
 

What is already on the houseboat?

  • 7 1/2 or 13 cu. ft. refrigerator with freezer10469876_10152524493444672_900113753448265163_n
  • Gas range with oven, hot pads
  • Kitchen cabinets, double bowl sink
  • Dishes, silverware, utensils, hot pads, pots and pans 
  • Gas grill -table and chairs on the front deck
  • Garbage cans
  • Microwave, electric griddle, blender, coffee pot and toaster
  • Navigation maps
  • Adult life jackets
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Safety railing
  • 3 anchors and lines
  • Patio doors with screens and screened windows
  • Gas water heaters
  • Sun deck with table and deck chairs
  • Central heat and air conditioning
  • Filtered pressure water system
  • Fresh water flush head
  • 110 and 12 volt lighting system
  • All bed linens including pillows and blankets
  • Large fiberglass shower
  • Vanity with mirror and storage
  • Toilet paper

 

Note:
The refrigerators on board the houseboats don’t run as cold as your home unit.  When temperatures reach 90° or higher, we recommend using ice chests for products that are perishable, such as meat and dairy products.  We suggest you use the refrigerator for other food products such as fruit and vegetables.