North Lake Tahoe’s Iconic Paddlewheel Steamer and Cruise Company
The Tahoe Gal is one of Lake Tahoe’s iconic sights, turning heads as she plies the Lake’s blue waters against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevadas. The 38-ton vessel, reminiscent of a 19th-century paddle-wheeler, is 62 feet stem-to-stern and with a 20-foot beam, she is and certified to carry 120 passengers. The Tahoe Gal offers daily narrated sight-seeing cruises, exclusive charters for corporate meetings and dinner parties, weddings and cocktail cruises … and the locally popular Sunday ‘Happy Hour’ cruise
The “Gal” is equipped with a full galley and bar. There is also the private Commodore Salon topside that can comfortably accommodate private parties of up to 25 people. The Salon sits on the top deck of the Tahoe Gal and is segregated from the wheelhouse of the ship by a large glass window. You may choose to watch the Captain run the ship through the window, or the window can be draped for privacy. The entire ship is air-conditioned, heated, and has four audio/video stations. There is wheelchair access to the main deck.
The Tahoe Gal berths at Tahoe City’s Lighthouse Center under an exclusive and secure lease with California State Lands and has private dedicated parking. These two thoroughly unique features assure a competition-free position in North Lake Tahoe.
The Tahoe Gal offers one of Lake Tahoe’s unforgettable experiences for individual visitors, for weddings, and birthdays, business meetings and private parties, or moments of reflection in one of the world’s great environments.
And p.s. the new owners of the Tahoe Gal get six months off a year.
Address: The Tahoe Gal 952 No Lake Blvd
City: Tahoe City
Square Feet: n/a
Year Built: 1999