Beginning late August 2022, the New Hampshire Boat Museum now has TWO boats that will offer private charters.

Create a special memory that will last a lifetime by chartering one of NHBM’s boats for a private cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee.

                                              Leaving from Wolfeboro: The Millie B covers the Wolfeboro, Alton, Glendale, and Tuftonboro sides of the Lake.                                                           Leaving from North Water Marine in Paugus Bay: The Miss Lauren covers the Laconia, Gilford, Meredith, and Moultonborough sides of the Lake.

The Miss Lauren is a 2000 Hacker Craft, vintage 1928 style mahogany triple cockpit, a near identical twin to the Millie B. She will be available in late August 2022 for private charters only for the rest of the season. 

Chartering the Millie B or Miss Lauren for a small group such as a small family reunion or for a special guest who comes to visit.
Chartering the Millie B or Miss Lauren also is the perfect way to celebrate an anniversary or to make a marriage proposal. The possibilities are endless!

Charter Rates

Millie B Hourly: $340 • Rate is based on pick up at Wolfeboro Town Docks.

 Miss Lauren Hourly (90 minutes minimum): $575 • Rate is based on pick up at North Water Marine in Paugus Bay.

Private dock pickups having varying rates. Please call for more details.

**Charters for Miss Lauren can only be made by emailing or calling 603-569-4554 at this time.


If the Millie B or Miss Lauren is cancelled due to weather and we cannot reschedule your charter, you’ll receive a 100% refund. No refund is given for customer cancellations in less than a 24-hour period.

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Note: The Millie B or Miss Lauren do not go out in bad weather such as rain and extremely windy days.
If you are driving a distance please, call the New Hampshire Boat Museum (603) 569-4554 to make sure the Millie B 
or Miss Lauren is operating that day.

“The ride on the Millie B is not to be missed. We’ll do it again for sure, and bring other friends along. Captain Bill was terrific; shared his knowledge of the area as we toured the lake, including the history of some of the homes, islands, and nearby geography. The boat itself is a work of art, 4,000 pounds of gorgeous mahogany and oak, with a 454 engine powering us through the waves. They open it up out in the lake, and its an extraordinary experience sitting in one of the cockpits as the engine roars and the boat cuts through the water. Don’t miss it!”

– Trip Advisor Review –