houseboater

houseboater

(ˈhaʊsˌbəʊtə)
n
a person who lives on or takes a holiday or a trip on a houseboat
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My group spent its first night on deck enjoying the company of fellow houseboaters at the marina.
My group spent its first night on deck enjoying the company of My group spent its first night on deck enjoying the company of fellow houseboaters at the marina.
My group spent our first night on deck enjoying the company of fellow houseboaters at the marina.
Like many houseboaters, Johnson moors the houseboat in a secluded spot, then uses his own boat for water skiing, wakeboarding, fishing or pleasure cruising.
Abandoning ship: While many houseboaters bring ski boats, we brought a couple of kayaks.
Lake Mead can get pretty wild during the summer months as beer-fueled houseboaters and water-skiers zip to and fro across the lake, but the National Recreation Area also offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, driving tours, kayaking, camping, and even a few spots for a nice quiet swim.
When summer temperatures start to climb, water-skiers, houseboaters, and fishermen converge on the delta to cool down, On summer weekends, in fact, the region sometimes feels like a partyland.
Houseboaters can cruise a 91-mile-long high-desert and alpine lake straddling Wyoming and Utah.
Now Lake Powell, a surreal pool of blue in the red rock desertscape, is a favorite of houseboaters and water-skiers.
Such are the dreams of first-time houseboaters. The reality?
While you won't find the crowds of houseboaters that neighboring Lake Shasta is known for, you won't find the same level of services either.