SUNSET CRUISES ON
THE BLUE WARRIOR
The spectacular sunsets over Lake Tahoe Tahoe light up the entire Sierra Basin - the lake and surrounding mountain peaks – forming the perfect backdrop for our memorable Blue Warrior Lake Tahoe sunset cruises.
If you’ve never seen the mesmerizing beauty of the “Alpen Glow” sunset-effect of the Sierra Nevada mountains circling Lake Tahoe, now is the time to experience it.
Unlike many sunset cruises offered on Lake Tahoe, where you’re on a boat surrounded by strangers, our exclusive Blue Warrior sunset cruises allow you and your loved ones the privacy and comfort of a private charter aboard the Blue Warrior. All Blue Warrior Lake Tahoe sunset cruises include a Coast Guard-certified captain and crew to ensure you have an experience of a lifetime.
Emerald Bay Sunset Cruises
Embarking from the Tahoe Keys Marina, our 2-Hour Emerald Bay Sunset Cruise follows along the south-west shore of Lake Tahoe. Along the way to Emerald Bay, we’ll pass historic Camp Richardson Resort and the famed sandy beaches of Pope, Kiva and Baldwin… all with the dramatic backdrop Mt Tallac looming in the distance. If you’re lucky and have your binoculars, you just might spot one of the Bald Eagle or Osprey nests in the trees along the shoreline. Once we round the point into Emerald Bay, get your cameras ready for the beauty of this “emerald” bay surrounded by jagged peaks rising sharply 3000 feet above the water. Glacially created Emerald Bay is home to Fannette Island, Vikingsholm Castle, and Eagle Falls.
South Shore Sunset Cruise
Our 2-Hour South Shore Sunset Cruise, leaves the Tahoe Keys Marina and heads east along the famed South Shore of Lake Tahoe. The South Shore Sunset Cruise is a totally unique way to view and experience the many iconic landmarks of South Lake Tahoe. One of the first sights along the cruise is meadow and marsh that make up the Truckee River wildlife sanctuary. A famous landmark on the South Shore that’s seen from all areas of the lake is the world famous Gunbarrell ski run at Heavenly Mountain Resort. The ski run is cut directly into the side of the mountain and boasts the longest mogul run on the West Coast. Farther along the cruise, you’ll get dramatic views of the Stateline corridor and the high-rise casino buildings. The cruise also passes world-renowned Edgewood Golf Course (host to the American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament) where you’ll see the waterside greens and spectacular architecture of the clubhouse. Our final destination is the land mass known as “Round Hill,” a unique geological feature on the South Shore. The sunset views from this shore our simply unforgettable as you take-in panoramic views of the jagged mountain peaks of Tahoe’s West Shore.