Learn more about houseboating and the family of Forever Resorts marina locations all across the USA. Each newsletter issue offers information on safe boating, vacation planning and sample itineraries - and of course seasonal special vacation packages to help you get the most of your next houseboat trip.
Summer getaways small & large are on the plate this month. Check out this issue full of great ideas to make your upcoming houseboat vacation even better. Link to a couple fun YouTube videos, investigate three things not to miss, and take a look at the special Forever Resorts marina discounts for active military and veterans.
Lake Mohave dates in 2015 are now available for all boat models and now is a great time to make that must-have reservation for next year. And finally, look at the origins of Waterways content and consider sharing some of your stories and fun with other Waterways readers.
Read the June 2014 Issue »
Check in this month for some fun planning tips including a variety of interesting takes on what to do with a toaster waffle on a houseboat
along with some easy take along reminders and...
the top five treats to freeze on a houseboat vacation!
~Free entrance days at the National Parks
~2015 dates for Callville Bay Marina are now available for booking!
~And... last but not least, we want to hear from you! Happy Houseboating!
Read the May 2014 Issue »
Well, the fleet's ready and summer is finally about here. Check in for a light look at patio pontoons, kayaks, and a fun new way to use Eggos on a houseboat vacation?
And... take a serious look at the difference between water depth and surface area when it comes to fun on a lake.
Read the April 2014 Issue »
They're not just for kids... Take a look at the toys of summer and get a feel for the real fun of the season coming soon. Can you believe it's already the end of March?
Look into the near "Full Pool" water levels on Lake Mohave in Nevada and discover summer fun in the pines of Northern California. Bring em' on, fast or slow, it's almost summer!
Read the March 2014 Issue »
Get to the top of matters with this special issue of Waterways!
~ Elevators on houseboats? Read on:
~ Top Deck tactics? Read on:
~ Top Deck Targeting? Read on:
~ Top Deck Picknicks? Read on:
Plus... Dive into the controversy between water surface area and water depth and contemplate the difference it may make on your summer fun!
And... Stay longer to save big! Read on in this months issue of Waterways!
Read the February 2014 Issue »
Want to know whare Santa goes after the holidays to rest up? A houseboat of course, and we have the proof in this month's issue of Waterways! Find out what that new decking is made of and get the latest on the water levels at lake Mead in Nevada.
Travel shows are coming up in several California cities and your Forever team will be there. Discover some sleeping secrets and look into a houseboat that is not quite "all there" but still a really great boat! See you on the water soon. Summer's coming!
Read the January 2014 Issue »
Get into the spirit of the season with some fun easy reading! Have you ever seen a houseboat out of the water next to a car? How about a houseboat decorated with lights for the holidays? Houseboat ornaments and gift giving tips are all featured in this months issue! And... find the answer to the question, "No room for rubber duckies?" in a Waterways first-ever editorial!
Read the December 2013 Issue »
The holidays are just around the corner! Whew, where did the year go?
This month's edition features some great planning tips, an offer of help, and some delicious thoughts.
Get ready for the Black Friday special too. (You don't even have to leave the house!) there is even an active countdown clock running!
The Girls Are Back too. They take a houseboat trip on lake mead every year and they want you to know their story. Read it all and more in this month's issue of Waterways!
Thanks for reading and Happy Thanksgiving!
Read the November 2013 Issue »
News about the 89T and an awesome Lake Lover's Tip of the Month should make this a fun easy read before you start trick or treating! How about bringing along some music for your next trip? Read about some of the hidden treasures at Lake Powell that are surfacing after being under water for years!
Now is a great time to lock in your dates, boat model and location for next year! Don't forget to reserve your small boats now too, while the selection is great! Have you ever hosted a houseboat TACO night? Check out this month's port side musing, Steve really out did himself this month! &nbso; Happy Houseboating!
Read the October 2013 Issue »
The fall is here, the lakes are still warm and the crowds are gone. Now is a sweet time for fall houseboating! Check out the latest information on the Colorado river lakes and don't miss a great opportunity to save on your houseboat vacation next year. The early birds do catch the worm!
Great food at the lake seems to be a good idea this time of year. Check out some delicious ideas for Lime Zest Chicken, Brownies, and guacamole on the run! And the big question of the issue is, will she get up on her first try?
Read the September 2013 Issue »
Fall is a great time of year to hit the lakes. The water's still warm, the crowds are gone, and the days are starting to cool off. Take a look at some great specials for this year and a special Waterways reader special for next year too!
Navajo Route 20 is almost paved and will be called US 89T when it's finished, making the trip to Lake Powell a lot quicker! Kayaks anyone? Did you miss these popular articles? Read on and we'll see you out on the water soon!
Read the August 2013 Issue »
Get onboard during a great time of year to houseboat on your favorite Waterways! Late summer and early fall are usually perfect with the water still warm and the air temps cooling down. Look into the possibility of hosting a business meeting, retreat, or family getaway using multiple houseboats!
Bagpipes on the marina? New boats at Pleasure Cove? A fun video link? A Waterways "Insider" tip? Napa Valley Wine packages? Fall fun in Northern California? Read on...
Read the July 2013 Issue »