Aquapalooza 2010 Lodging and Boat Slip Reservations

Posted June 15th, 2010 by superadmin

Join us for the "World's Largest Party on Water" July 10th, 2010. Sea Ray's Annual AquaPalooza Signature Event is coming to Lake Travis and will surely live up to its reputation with the announcement of headliner, country music superstar and 3 time Grammy award winner, Brad Paisley. Click here for more information

Call us and look at our Special Aquapalooza Rates below for more information on all inclusive packages including accommodations, boat slip rental, and boat ramp access. All of our properties are located in or around Lakeway, just a 10 minute boat ride from the Event Site. Call or email Tim Hatch for more information.

AquaPalooza Special Rates:

Optional Boat Slip Fee Including Free Launch

Schooner CV Villa




Patio Homes II


Lohmans Crossing




Marina Village II


Important Information on Rental Terms and Boat Slips

All properties have a 3 night minimum except the Schooner Cove Villas have a 2 night minimum. Nonrefundable deposit of $425 required to reserve boat slip. Please call for more information of location and size of slips.

All other Rental Terms apply.

Call 512-263-5200 (local) 800-252-3473 (toll-free) or email Tim Hatch to book your reservation today! Limited availability, call today to ensure your spot for this exciting event.

Austin ranks 11th in Forbes for Best City for Singles

Posted October 8th, 2009 by guy3

Austin ranks 11th in the country for best cities for singles according to Forbes Magazine. Read below.


Farther down on the list, spots like Austin, Texas, and Portland, Ore., prove to be up-and-coming singles capitals. From March's annual South by Southwest music, film and media festival to the city's ever-growing creative community of artists, musicians and designers, Austin ranks high on the coolness scale. It also gets points for job growth; the number of jobs in the city will increase by 17.5% over the next five years, according to New York-based research firm Moodys' And while Portland is pricey--a one-bedroom apartment rents for $1,124 on average, and the entry-level salary is below the national average--the city's indie music and arts scenes, as well as its myriad bars and clubs, are all positives.

But wherever you live, even if it's Jacksonville, Fla., which falls dead last on our list, there's a community of singles making the best of that particular place. Whether that means embracing the great outdoors around Denver or buying the next round of tequila shots in nightlife-oriented Virginia Beach, there are plenty of other like-minded people on the prowl.

And right now, the easiest place to find them is online.

In Depth: Best Cities For Singles 2009

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