Lake Tahoe Cruises in Winter
Lake Tahoe cruises in winter is an absolute MUST! Nothing surpasses the pristine beauty of Lake Tahoe with snow covering the high Sierra Nevada peaks. And these cruises are surprisingly popular during the wintertime. Take a break from skiing or casino-hopping during the day.
Or relax after your busy day with a dinner cruise on the most popular paddleboats on Lake Tahoe. There’s the popular 3-hour sightseeing cruise during the day. Or you can take in the romantic 3-hour dinner/dance cruise in the evening and watch the sun set over spectacular Emerald Bay in Lake Tahoe.
The Tahoe Queen
The Tahoe Queen paddleboat has been voted the Best Tahoe Boat Cruise in South Lake Tahoe by The Tahoe Tribune. It still is Lake Tahoe’s only authentic Mississippi paddlewheeler. This truly elegant icon of Lake Tahoe has been fully renovated to reflect the 1900s era. Daily scenic cruises are offered along with elegant evening cruises complete with views, local cuisine and live music.
The M.S. Dixie has also won awards, and has been voted “Best Cruise in Nevada” by the Nevada Magazine. It holds 400 passengers, and is the largest cruising vessel on South Lake Tahoe. See Lake Tahoe during the day for the sightseeing tour, or join the romantic dinner/dance cruise in the evening.
Highlights of the Tahoe Queen & M.S. Dixie Tour of Lake Tahoe
- Emerald Bay
- Vikingsholm Mansion
- Fannette Island
- Triple-tiered Eagle Falls
- Towering Granite Peaks
Rates: Sightseeing Tours $46/person | Dinner Cruises $75/person
*cancellation policy applicable (inquire with booking agent for details)