What should you bring aboard the houseboat?
- Food, beverages, charcoal and lighter fluid
- Children's life jackets
- Binoculars, battery operated radio, camera, flashlight
- Cellular phone, if you have one
- Bath towels, wash cloths, paper towels
- Fishing license and gear
- Sunglasses, lounge chairs, ice chest, beach towels and toys
- First aid kit, suntan lotion, insect repellent, and Dramamine
- Dishsoap, handsoap, pot scrubber, garbage can liners
What is already on the houseboat?
- 7 1/2 or 13 cu. ft. refrigerator with freezer
- Gas range with oven, hot pads
- Kitchen cabinets, double bowl sink
- Dishes, silverware, utensils, pots, pans and coffee pot.
- Charcoal or gas grill - Monticello, Sharpe, & Sunstar have gas grills; Sumerset and Liberty Bell have charcoal grills.
- Garbage cans
- Microwave, blender and toaster on all
models except the standard Liberty Bell
- Navigation maps
- Adult life jackets
- Fire extinguishers
- Safety railing
- 3 anchors and lines
- Patio doors with screens and screened windows
- Sun deck with table and deck chairs
- Cabin heating system
- Filtered pressure water system
- Fresh water flush head
- Gas water heaters
- 110 and 12 volt lighting system
- All bed linens including pillows and blankets
- Large fiberglass shower
- Vanity with mirror and storage
- Toilet paper
The refrigerators on board the houseboats don't run as cold as your home unit. When temperatures reach 90° or higher, we recommend using ice chests for products that are perishable, such as meat and dairy products. We suggest you use the refrigerator for other food products such as fruit and vegetables.