The BOATHOUSE in Disney Springs recently opened and it’s a perfect place for your group to enjoy upscale waterfront dining featuring historic boats from the 30s, 40s and 50s. The BOATHOUSE is one of the new venues in The Landing, the first of four planned neighborhoods as Downtown Disney continues to transition into Disney Springs™, an exciting new waterfront district for shopping, dining and entertainment -- set for completion in 2016.
This incredible culinary experience is showcased in an expansive restaurant with three distinctive bars: The Captain’s Raw Bar, The Admiral’s Club Bar, and The Dock Bar, which is built over the water and attached to over 300 feet of boardwalk and docks, connecting all areas of the restaurant.
Groups may hire the captained Venezia Italian water taxi for the evening, pictured above, or the 1880s antique steamboat Lady Rose, both featuring champagne toasts and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Don’t miss the daily BOATHOUSE Harbor Master festivities throughout the day and evening, with flag ceremonies, lively musical performances of beloved bugle songs, performed aboard Lady Rose. Experience the excitement of Captain guided Amphicar tours in vintage vehicles, like the ones above and below, where you’ll drive into the water with a splash, embarking on a 20-minute tour of the landmarks of Disney Springs™!
A multi-million dollar fleet of 19 rare boats are on display, gathered from museums, private collectors, and boat shows from around the world.
The Trophy Room can be reserved for private events…
… as well as the Regatta Room. Each can seat 50 or when combined, 100.
This is an unforgettable experience for groups, featuring dining, shopping, entertainment and a marina.
And if you want to send your group home with a souvenir, check out these rubber duckies for everyone from your golfers to your fishing fans!