Living in a Houseboat can be a great way to avoid the pressure of everyday life for a few days or a full week. Houseboats, as the name implies, offers the comforts of home.
Houseboats are equipped with full kitchens that have dishes to Cook, fridge, propane barbecues, pans, dishes, utensils and even a dish SOAP. There will be a bathroom with underfloor heating, fresh water, and a shower or bath. Most of the houseboat will also provide a comfortable dining room integrated into bunk beds, chairs, fridge, radio and cassette player indoor gas Grill. Most models also include a generator and AIR CONDITIONING.
However, the person must pay the fuel used during the trip. This could be an average of 90 gallons for the weekend and about 150 gallons per week required. But it also depends on the size of the Houseboat Charter. All other accessories can be rented at the Agency itself.
Barges must be rented for at least three days and two nights. A deposit of $300 and security deposit must be paid in advance before renting a House boat.
Some rental agencies allow pets in the House boat at no extra cost. However, most agencies charge a fee for the same. In addition, a non-refundable deposit must be made if the agent does not charge for pets on board.
It is recommended to use the boat only in daylight. Travelers can check with the marina for advice on approved navigation zones and weather forecasts. It is recommended to take the barges at least one or two hours prior to departure and receive a full orientation.
Another popular boat, though expensive, is a luxury home. They are equipped with 3-4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, with bath and linens. Luxury houseboats offer full-size kitchen appliances and other important kitchen items. Some of them also provide a slide on the cover. Luxury furnishings are usually equipped with a television, VCR, and stereo.