Sail With Scott Lake Cruises

Sail with Scott offers group, shared, and private sailing charters on beautiful Lake Ray Hubbard aboard the Seawolf, a beautiful 40 ft. wooden catamaran, and Harbor Lights, a 57-foot twin-deck power boat with a/c and heat.

Former Rockwall Mayor, County Commissioner and U.S. Coast Guard Master Captain Scott Self owns, sails and supervised the building of both boats. He is also a sailboat racing champion. His wife, Jan, is the first mate.

Year-round cruises aboard Harbor Lights depart from the boat docks on the water side of The Harbor and Hilton Bella Harbor Hotel. The boat’s first floor is enclosed in glass and the upper deck is open. Capacity is 98 passengers, who can all be seated at tables for dinner parties on the main deck or stroll across the top deck to enjoy the scenery.

Seasonal cruises aboard the 49-passenger Seawolf depart from the same location, April – October. Its large deck area offers comfortable seating for all. It even has a sun shade on the aft deck for passengers wishing to escape the afternoon sun. Both boats have bathrooms for comfort and convenience.

Rates for 1.5 hour shared (group) daytime, sunset and moonlight cruises on both boats are just $25-30 per person.

Private cruises – perfect for weddings, anniversaries, team building, corporate events, birthdays, etc. – begin at $600 on both boats.

The Seawolf and Harbor Lights crewsprovide passengers a level of comfort that puts it at the top of the Dallas area sailing charters.

Lake Ray Hubbard is well regarded as the best lake for sailing in the Dallas, Texas area.  Captain Scott knows all the best locations. Enjoy scenic vistas, stunning views of some of the most magnificent houses in the Metroplex, sparkling clear water and plenty of sunshine as you cruise along the generally calm waters.

For a wonderfully relaxing way to spend some time, book your spot now online aboard the Seawolf or Harbor Lights and Sail with Scott today! Visit: www.SailWithScott.com

You can also call Captain Scott at 214-803-0025, but he recommends you first read all about both cruise boats online because details and answers to most all questions can be found there.

Harbor Lights