Kanaloa Tiki Party Boat to make its Milwaukee River Debut
Kanaloa Tiki Lounge, is Milwaukee’s newest one-of-a-kind tiki themed pontoon party boat!
Milwaukee, WI— Kanaloa Tiki Lounge, is Milwaukee’s newest one-of-a-kind tiki themed pontoon party boat! Boasting a 12 person capacity, a 26 foot deck, a 7 foot bar table and a Hawaiian themed ambiance for a memorable event on Milwaukee’s downtown scenic river. Launching mid August, this self guided and renter operated boat will make its first debut on the Milwaukee river.
Included in the rental fees are fuel, lighting, music and tropical decor to create your own one-of-a-kind tiki party or relaxing ride. A cooler with ice will be provided, but we encourage you to bring food and beverages of your choice on board. This custom built boat is complete with a tiki theme, palm thatched canopy, tiki lighting and surround sound stereo. Interested parties may reserve the specified duration of time they would like to use the boat.
“Kanaloa Tiki Lounge is excited to launch this new concept within the Milwaukee market, we feel it is a unique experience that many patrons will come to enjoy and utilize throughout the year.” Travis U. and Matthew W., co-owners.
To learn more about the Kanaloa Tiki Lounge and schedule your ride today contact: 414-909-BOAT (2628), visit: www.kanaloatikilounge.com or www.facebook.com/KanaloaTiki/
About Kanaloa Tiki Lounge
Kanaloa Tiki Lounge was created in 2016 with the vision to create a unique boating experience unlike any other on the Milwaukee River. Creating this custom made pontoon from the ground up, the tiki lounge décor and amenities enhance the tiki theme and experience the patrons will have aboard the Kanaloa Tiki Lounge.
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