The 50-foot Forever 8 XT is an inexpensive boat good for a small group of people. This boat is similar to the standard Forever 8, but with additional interior space, a sun canopy, and a small patio space on the rear deck.
Come along for the adventure as our home-movie family leaves the houseboat at anchor, and goes exploring the hidden canyons of Padre Bay aboard a Lake Powell powerboat. This three-minute video gives you a feel for the kinds of things you’ll enjoy when you visit, such as the towering majesty of Gunsight Butte, the fun of swimming the lake’s pristine waters, and the thrill of exploring twisting canyons by boat.
Join Jeffrey Lehmann and family on their houseboating adventure on Lake Powell. The Old Dogs of the family, Uncle Bo, Cousin Jim, and Jeffrey escape the kids and significant others to go waterskiing... with mixed results!
Ever wonder what it would be like to rent, pilot, and explore Lake Powell with your own houseboat? Find out in this three-minute home movie, in which one family learns how easy it is to get started—and then have fun fishing, exploring the awesome Sand King dune, splashing from the houseboat’s water slide, and relaxing in the on-board hot tub.
Share the excitement in this three-minute home movie, which will give you a taste of all the fun things you can do when you rent a houseboat at Lake Powell. There’s the thrill of tubing or wakeboarding behind a powerboat, making a splash on a personal watercraft, firing up a barbecue on the houseboat’s grill, and relaxing in the houseboat hot tub. Even when it rains, it’s fun to enjoy the solitude with family and friends aboard your cozy Lake Powell houseboat.
The 48-foot Navigator Class houseboat is designed to bridge the gap between the deluxe features of the high-end houseboats and the low price range of lower models. This model has a number of deluxe features at a significantly lower cost than the larger luxury houseboats.
Adventurer XL Class houseboats offer most of the amenities of the Discovery Class vessels, in a bit more nimble craft. Great features on this boat include two bathrooms with showers, a large refrigerator, and two personal watercraft ramps on the back of the boat.
The 59' Discovery XL Platinum houseboat features all the amenities you'll need to enjoy the beauties of Lake Powell. It has a great upper deck with a lighted shade canopy, lounge chairs, wet bar, mini-fridge, a slide into the water and controls to drive the boat.
The new 75' Excursion houseboat raises the level of luxury possible while houseboating. Introducing the 75' Excursion - a commanding presence on the water. Sleeping up to 14, this state-of-the-art vessel provides you with the amenities and technology to have the ultimate houseboat experience.
The 75 foot Odyssey Class houseboat is one of the finest houseboats available on the lake. This luxury boat features top-notch amenities and features that you'd expect to find on a cruise ship, not a houseboat.
Winding through over 180 miles of desert canyon, the red sandstone cliffs surrounding Lake Powell are beyond unique. Broad open basins, narrow side canyons, and the majesty of Rainbow Bridge can be found on the second largest reservoir in the United States.
The 60' Eagle houseboat is an inexpensive way to take a luxury vacation. This great boat has a slender 14' beam and is lighter than the larger high-end models, perfect for exploring bays. It is also only half the cost of our priciest model.
The 59' Deluxe XT houseboat is a great high-end boat. This model has a very open and spacious living area in the front salon with a ceiling fan, formal dining table and chairs, breakfast counter, a fully equipped kitchen, queen beds, wet bar and more.
Comfort, space and quality are yours when you explore the lake on the 70' Titanium Houseboat. Appointed throughout with comfortable features and furnishings, this craft is designed to accommodate large groups with room to spare.
The Queen I houseboat is designed towards greater capacity. Up to twenty people can be accommodated among the three staterooms, the penthouse and then throughout the boat. With three decks there's still plenty of room to spread out, including in the hot tub.
The Queen II houseboat is designed towards lower capacity for greater comfort. It has three staterooms and a penthouse, like its counterpart, but total capacity is limited to sixteen. More room in the hot tub, less competition for the satellite TV and more space on the sun deck for everyone.
The Presidential houseboat is a mid-sized and affordable option for larger groups. When your goal is to have a party with as many friends as possible, up to sixteen in this case, it's the basics that matter. That said, the penthouse (which fits up to six people) is a very nice touch.