Kelowna's 'Doughnut' BBQ Boats Are The Ultimate Summer Party In BC

Because burgers on the lake taste better. 🍔
BBQ Boats In Kelowna Are The Ultimate Party On The Water This Summer
Staff Writer

Grill up some good times. Just because you live in an apartment with a tiny balcony doesn't mean you have to miss out on juicy burgers with your friends. Did you know you can rent BBQ boats in Kelowna for the ultimate party on the water this summer?

Before summer is over, you'll want to test out Maeg's BBQ Boat. You can captain a doughnut-shaped private vessel and sail Okanagan Lake with seven of your friends.

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But they aren't your average ships. They combine the best parts of a backyard summer celebration and a day cruising on the water together. 

Right in the middle of the round orange boats, you'll find a low smoke grill. So together with seven of your friends, you can cook up a tasty feast. 

All you need to do is bring food and refreshing beverages. Each watercraft is fully decked out to ensure you have an amazing time. The boats come with surround sound speakers so you can play your music and eye-catching led lighting. 

While the unique round shape means you can enjoy panoramic views of the lake.

Best of all, you don't need a boat license to drive. Before you depart, you'll go through a quick safety lesson, and then you can spend the rest of the time making memories.

This year the company is operating from April to September seven days a week. Reservations can be made online for one of the multiple two-hour time slots daily between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

The price is $298 for eight and it works out to $37.25 a person.

Ready to give this a try? Time to round up a few friends for a perfect day, soaking up the sunshine.

Maeg’s BBQ Boat

Price: $295.00

When: April to September

Address: 230 Queensway Ave. Kelowna, BC 

Why You Need To Go: You can take your BBQ party to the middle of Okanagan Lake this summer.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.

Stephanie White
Staff Writer