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Visitors can watch the colors of Lake Tahoe change as they enjoy an early twilight dinner and cruise on the luxurious paddlewheeler the M.S. Dixie II. After a beautifully prepared dinner, stroll the decks and enjoy the clean mountain air, the beautiful clear water and the magnificient Sierra Mountain scenery all round. An interesting narrative lecture and appropriate music are provided to enhance the journey. The M.S. Dixie II has an open promenade, two heated decks, two full service bars and a galley manned by excellent chefs. There are numerous deck chairs as well as comfortable indoor seating and large picture windows which afford magnificent views in every direction.

Location: Lake Tahoe Nevada Telephone 702-331-1147

Other Transportation nearby:
(Emigrant Gap) Blue Canyon - Nyack Airport
(Cameron Park) Cameron Airpark Airport
(Carson City) Carson Airport
(Dayton) Dayton Valley Airpark Airport
(Georgetown) Georgetown Airport
(Homewood) Homewood Seaplane Base


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