Floating Slips up to 125'
5 Minutes from Galveston Bay
Watch the sun come up ... on your boat
Remember Hurricane Rita and the evacuation mess? After Hurricane Rita, state and local officials took all the written plans and converted them to easy to understand maps. Now we will have a partial or phased evacuation based on storm surge risk. Check the Zip Zone Evacuation Map to see which zone you are based. And here is a Map to print and have ready in your emergency kit.
The new restaurant will have abundant views of the Clear Creek Channel and superlative views of sunsets on Clear Lake and 320-foot dock for boaters to tie up to.
No matter what part of the restaurant you are seated in the views will be superb.
We’ve all seen those dogs standing in the bow of boats with their ears blowing in the wind as they try to catch the spray in their face—it looks cute, right? Most of our four-legged friends naturally position themselves up in the boat to better enjoy the experience. As pet moms and dads, we just need to remember that if we’re operating our boats in choppy water your dog could be propelled overboard very easily.
Where will you catch this rare solar eclipse event? Experience these prime viewing destinations by boat.
On August 21, the United States will see its first total solar eclipse in 99 years.