Did someone say they need to rent a party boat?
Margaritaville Holdings and Safe Harbor Development are partnering to create a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the Lake Lanier Island Resort property and that the project will come complete with two “excursion yachts,” which will fittingly hit the water on Cinco de Mayo, according to a press release.
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The transformation slated for Buford’s hotel complex and water park will take years to complete, but Margaritaville at Lanier Islands is expected to get the party started this month, boasting a nautically-themed roster of restaurants and rides.
Aptly named “The Margaritaville” and “The LandShark” (also the name of a lager brewed by Buffett’s company), these two boats will accommodate up to 70 and 80 people, respectively, and be stocked to keep their passengers well-liquored and well-fed.
Designed to reflect Margaritaville’s ‘no worries’ tropical vibe and let guests kick their feet up, enjoying a day in paradise, the boats will host wine and margarita cruises each Saturday and Sunday this summer, per the release.
The cover charge will cost up to $80, and each yacht will offer indoor seating in its “luxury enclosed cabin,” as well as a rooftop deck to “set the Margaritaville mood”. Those stepping aboard will enjoy an unforgettable evening, savoring eight different types of margaritas made with Margaritaville Dark Rum, Gold Tequila, and Classic Margarita. Light appetizers, accompanied by homemade salsas, will tempt guests as they enjoy music and conversation. This cruise will feature a full nacho bar, peel-and-eat shrimp, BBQ sliders, and more!Cruises will depart from Harbor Landing. Limited availability, advance reservations are recommended. Cruises only available for ages 21 and over. Tours last from May 5th – October 20th sailing from 5-8pm.
In addition the party boats, the entire Lanier Island is being overhauled with new restaurants as previously reported.
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