It's Time! We're Kicking-Off The 2017 Boating Season At Roosevelt Lake Marina
May 1, 2017
The Memorial Day Weekend is just around the corner, which means it's time to kick-off Arizona's Boating Season! So, break out your boat and plan for a packed summer of lake fun at Roosevelt Lake Marina with your family and friends!
The desert oasis at Roosevelt Lake is less than two-hours from Phoenix, but when you arrive, you feel like you are worlds away. In fact, Roosevelt Lake is known as Arizona's Boating Paradise, and with water levels higher than they've been in years, we're expecting to host boat and water sport enthusiasts from around the state to explore and enjoy the largest lake in Central Arizona.
No matter your boat preference, Roosevelt Lake Marina can accommodate you with either covered or uncovered long and short-term wet slips; convenient lakeside dry storage; or guest slips and a boat launch to get you out on the lake for one-of-a-kind summer fun.
Some of the most popular boats in the United States, according to boat.com, are listed here, and regularly call Roosevelt Lake Marina "home."
Bowriders - This versatile watercraft is very popular and can be used for almost anything from a gentle cruise to water skiing. The classic styles in the 18-foot to 26-foot range are known to be great for families and easier on the wallet.
Sailboats - sailing is a skill and hard work, but as boat.com points out, it is environmentally friendly. For a lake, a 13-foot to 30-foot daysailer with an open cockpit should do the trick.
Speed Boats - They're usually small, loud and have little sitting space, but if all you need is speed, you won't mind at all.
Pontoon Boats - Once the ugly ducklings of the water, boat.com states that these log floaters are faster, better looking and more comfortable than ever before - but keep them out of turbulent waters.
Watersports Boats - Also known as tow boats, these have a towing point at or near the transom for use in wakeboarding and water skiing.
Houseboats - Large, live-aboard boats that are not made for rough water, but ideal for lake living or vacationing right on the water with family and friends.
Freshwater Fishing Boats - There are many to choose from, but these are the three main categories: Bass boats, multi-species boats, and aluminum fishing boats.
Runabouts - A runabout includes everything from bowriders to combination ski-and-fish boats to small speed boats. What they all have in common is that they are fair weather, small, open boats.
Share The Season With Us
No matter what Boating season means for you, whether it's about kicking back and relaxing with friends and family while taking a leisurely cruise around the lake; practicing your water skiing and perfecting a new move; finding a great fishing spot in a quiet corner of the lake; sailing across the lake; or wakeboarding and catching more air we're excited to share the season with you. And, hope that you'll share photos and video with us on our social media: You Tube, FaceBook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram
Make It Great
And, if you're thinking that you would like to enjoy the conveniences of our marina, and keep your boat with us at the lake, so you're truly able to maximize your lake time this summer, just give us a call at: 602-977-7170.
We've got plenty of wet slips, guest slips for weekend stays and secure dry storage space for your boat and water sport equipment.