Entertainment Factor

Embracing the latest trend

Published online: Jan 06, 2014 Katie Burke
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I'm going to start this story out with a disclaimer. I love a good bar boat. I think it represents everything fun about entertaining on the water and I'm convinced my next boat will include a full entertainment center. The only caveat is the fact that my husband and I don't drink alcohol for personal reasons. That's the great thing about a bar boat. It's for everyone, no matter your preference. The last part of this disclaimer is that it is never, under any circumstances, okay to boat under the influence of alcohol. So if you are buying a bar boat for this reason, please reconsider.

Now that we've got the basics out of the way, let's get down to what makes a bar boat stand out from the crowd.

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