Introducing the North Star Luxury Yacht
The North Star, Gull Lake Cruises world-class luxury passenger vessel, is a sleek motor yacht proud to call Gull Lake her home. Constructed by SkipperLiner in LaCrosse, WI, from late 2013 to early 2014, the yacht measures 65 ft. long and 22 ft. wide at the beam. Total capacity is 116 passengers and a minimum crew of three: the Captain, Senior Deck Hand and a Deck Hand.
The lovely, glass-enclosed main deck can accommodate 62 guests for a seated dinner and provides a climate-controlled environment to ensure optimum comfort for every passenger. In addition, the upper deck patio can comfortably seat 36 and serves as the perfect setting for those who want some fresh air or like to stargaze on a moonlit night. Full or partial coverage options are also available for the upper deck with detachable clear side panels for your convenience. No longer worry about rain or too much sun, we have you covered. Full audio/video for three flat screen TVs on the main deck and a projector with screen on the upper deck are perfect for watching sports events and slideshow presentations.
Elegance is everything aboard the North Star. While dining during wedding events, family gatherings, small private parties and corporate charters, guests can enjoy the beautiful, scenic views Gull Lake has to offer. With a wide variety of menu options to choose from and an outstanding staff you can depend on, events and special occasions with Gull Lake Cruises are anything but ordinary.
“My husband, daughter and I took a cruise on Gull Lake with you and I was very, very impressed. I had expected that it would be pleasant but it exceeded my expectations! The boat was very, very clean, the captain was very pleasant and knowledgeable about the sites, the girl bartender made the best Bloody Mary that I have had in years! The young man crew member was extremely helpful and the BRUNCH WAS FANTASTIC!! I was expecting a box lunch of some sort but this was a delicious full spread lunch, I recommend it highly and will certainly do this again with guests.”
– Sylvia M