Save the Date – On Water Boat ShowApril 10th, 2017

Save the date for our On Water Boat Show! April 20-23 at Lake Mead... Read More

Happy Saint Patrick’s DayMarch 17th, 2017

Sending some luck your way for a Happy St. Patrick’s... Read More

Current PromotionsFebruary 8th, 2017

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MasterCraft Joins The Boating Lake Mead FamilySeptember 21st, 2016

Something Exciting is coming to Lake Mead! MasterCraft... Read More

LUND PromotionSeptember 21st, 2016

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Yamaha PromotionsSeptember 8th, 2016

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Summer’s On! SAVINGSJuly 19th, 2016

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Trailering & Launching Your BoatJuly 15th, 2016

You can never be too safe when trailering. Just as any good pilot goes over his safety checklist before taking off, it’s wise to do the same when towing.  Here’s a list of important items you need to address every time you head to the water.  If you need to know if your truck can handle your boat, check your tow capacity here. A quick note from Your Boating Headquarters, remember the launch ramp can be a stressful place.  Be patient, know other people are having the same thoughts about launching and retrieving their vessel as you.  If you follow the guidelines below,... Read More

Marina of the YearJuly 10th, 2016

In 2010, Las Vegas Boat Harbor, Inc was awarded the National Award of Marina of the Year for 2009 in the large category. This honor was bestowed upon the company and family by Marina Dockage magazine. The Marina Dockage magazine is a national publication in the marine industry. Betty Gripentog, founder along with granddaughter Erin Charlesworth and her husband, Coby Charlesworth traveled to Florida to receive this prestigious award. We thank our family of customers for being a part of this wonderful honor. Without our customers, guests, employees we would not be able to win this great award. Below is the... Read More

Nautical KnotsJuly 7th, 2016

As kids we are taught the snake trajectory or the rabbit and the tree to help us learn to tie the bowline – one of the most basic and important of all nautical knots. Once learned, who can forget it? A power boater only needs to know a few basic knots to get by in most situations. Click here to teach yourself those knots in a minute or two with the easy instructional device provided by “Animated Knots by Grog." Probably the most basic of all nautical knots is the “cleat hitch" and we never cease to be amazed at how... Read More