Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Lake Tahoe's Emerald Bay Cruise on M.S. Dixie II. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Relaxing. Entertaining with "mark twain". Not overcrowded Very pleasant trip!
Beautiful boat ride. Scenery was fantastic .Thought we booked the ride and a free lunch. We mentioned it to the boss, I can't remember his name, a great guy, and he gave us lunch free. A very enjoyable day. Oh....We thought we left with plenty of time to get there, but it took us about 45 min. just to turn into the parking lot which cost $8 per car. Emerald Bay is a busy place. Take the shuttle or leave extra early.
Quite enjoyable but . . . I thought it was Mark Twain interactive on Saturdays???? Waiters were overwhelmed, but kept their smiles in place. An annoyance was one person who thought he was exempt from the NO smoking policy!
It was a beautiful day. We couldn't hear the speakers so missed out on a lot of the history. Otherwise, it was a nice cruise.
My husband and I fully enoyed our cruise on the M.S. Dixie II. It provided a breathtaking and memorable experience.
We thoroughly enjoyed our cruise! Some of us couldn't hear the information over the PA system. My party of four would recommend this cruise to other family and friends.
Very nice and worth doing, but I thought that it could have been more peaceful and relaxing if the "announcer" would have kept quiet for awhile.
The tour was very nice. Plenty of seating and a great way to see Lake Tahoe and Emerald Bay from the water.
Beautiful weather, a little crowded but definitely worth it. Easy to book online.
The cruise was very enjoyable and comfortable and the scenery was beautiful. The picture taken prior to boarding the ship was very good and we purchased it at the end of the cruise. I would recommend this cruise to anyone.
Beautiful day in October, lovely setting, canned commentary but interesting nonetheless. The best way to see the lower portion of the lake by far.