Transportation and Food can be booked right on Austin’s Boat Tours site in the same booking flow
Bring whatever liquor you like on board, even glass bottles! Yachts are much more stable than smaller boats and pontoons, so you don’t have to worry about breakage. Best Alcohol Delivery = https://drizly.com/i/woiig
Austin’s Boat Tours sells ice for $5 a bag or you can bring your own.
Spark Productions Inc functions as a tour and logistics firm only. Transportation and excursion activities, such as boat parties, are operated by outside parties. Any damages or claims will be referred directly to the outside party responsible. Spark Productions holds no responsibility or liability for the operations of these outside parties. Drinking and swimming has inherent risks associated with it. Each tour participant is required to sign one or more waivers of liability the day of the event recognizing the risks involved in the excursion activity and indemnifying the operating parties.
FAQs on boat parties:
These four questions are the most common questions we get about Lake Travis. We sell out every Saturday from late March to late September and yes, February is too early to go out there if you’re looking for a party scene.
Saturdays do sell out 8-12 weeks in advance so don’t wait until February to book an April party!
The peak time on the lake on a Saturday or Sunday is anytime between 11am and 8pm. Yes 8pm since it doesn’t get dark until then. We had a ton of parties go out last Summer around 4pm or 5pm and have a blast since it’s hard for locals to go out the night before, logistically get everyone 45 minutes outside of downtown, AND actually have food and drinks in hand before 3pm. Plus, people are the most drunk in the late afternoon/early evening so any hour from 11am to 8pm will have crowds.
Lake Austin is more like a river (the Texas-Colorado river in fact) and is more for jetskis and wakeboards. Lake Austin IS NOT the party lake – it is more for water sports so if you choose Lake Austin, you will miss out on the big party in Devil’s Cove on Lake Travis.