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Guided Watersports Half Day Boat Charter in Lake Powell
Charter a boat on Lake Powell
Take the hassle out of boat ownership and come ride along on Lake Powell! This charter provides everything including the new MasterCraft charter boat, new Hyperlite water sport equipment, and driver/instructor. Bring as many people as you want for the same price. The boats can accommodate up to 16 people!
Just show up to a boat waiting in the water. Enjoy a day on the lake with with friends, family, corporate business retreat, school, or team building event; and leave when it's over. Let expert drivers/instructors take your riding to the next level. Choose any activity you would like; swim, layout, ride water toys behind the boat, or tour any lake. It's your time to relax and enjoy the outdoors!
This tour is also available as a full day charter.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
Change Fee Policy: If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.
So they decided to relocate the dam site near Lee's Ferry, between Glen and Grand Canyons, they did not realize what he had gambled away. At the time, they had not actually been to Glen Canyon. When they later saw Glen Canyon on a river trip, they were stunned to discover that it had the kind of scenic, cultural, and wilderness qualities often associated with America's finest national parks. Over 80 side canyons in the colorful Navajo Sandstone contained clear streams, abundant wildlife, arches, natural bridges, and thousands of Native American archeological sites. By then, however, it was too late to stop the Bureau and its commissioner from building Glen Canyon Dam.
Construction on Glen Canyon Dam began with a demolition blast keyed by the push of a button by President Dwight D. Eisenhower at his desk on October 1, 1956. The first blast started clearing tunnels for water diversion. On February 11, 1959, water was diverted through the tunnels so dam construction could begin. Later that year, the bridge was completed, allowing trucks to deliver equipment and materials for the dam, and also for the new town of Page, Arizona. Upon completion of Glen Canyon Dam on September 13, 1963, the Colorado River began to back up, no longer being diverted through the tunnels. The newly flooded Glen Canyon formed Lake Powell. It took 17 years for the lake to rise to the high water mark, on June 22, 1980. Since then the lake level has fluctuated considerably depending on the seasonal snow runoff from the mountains. The major activities at Lake Powell include houseboat rentals, ski boat rental, sea doo, waverunner, water sport lessons, wakeboarding, water skiing, kneeboarding, and PWC personal watercraft rentals. Guide lake tours and charters are offered by Invert Sports for families, groups, schools, and team building activities.
Rates do not include hotel pickup. Rates are per boat for up to 16 people. Reserve online, or call us toll-free at 800-410-8302.
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