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Corporate and Team Building Events

Corporate Events

Capital Cruises offers a variety of corporate charters and team building events.

Land Based Events

Land-based events are available for any group size of 50 to 500 and can be held at Auditorium Shores, Commons Ford Ranch, Zilker Park and other outstanding venues throughout Central Texas.

The events are customized for your group and can include lake cruises, skiing, wave runners and numerous water based activities, dinner, beverage and bar service, live entertainment, DJs, kids entertainment, adult amusements, team building, themed parties or practically anything you need for a group function.

Rates will generally vary from $50.00 to $125.00 per person depending on options selected (call for a proposal for your group).

Customer Testimonials

 “We put on a marketing/sales event that others like my firm did in 5 other cities across Texas. We had double the amount of attendees simply because of the venue. A boat is unique and will get people to attend – simple as that. It handled 60 attendees with tables and a projector and all perfectly. The upper deck was a great for event breaks and to mix and mingle and enjoy downtown Austin from the water. Best venue in town if you ask me” 
— Clay W.
CEO, Proactive Information Solutions CRM Consulting Firm
May 2009

“ACL Fest was going on, so we got to hear some of the music. Then at the end, we were able to see the bats fly. We had many of our corporate employees from Canada on the boat, and they were just amazed!”
–D’Ann H.
October 2013

“You had an entire crew of competent people. They made everything work. Loved it. This is our second cruise with you. You really want to make sure on special events that you trust the people taking care of you. You can really count on your people to do it right.”
–Sharon S.,
TSS Lawyers Group
June 2009

“The crew are incredibly helpful, gracious and knowledgeable. They always make it so much more than just another event at SXSW. You guys are the best.
All the best,
Ralph”

–Ralph M.
ASCAP
March 2014