Boats From A Glorious Past
The boat below was constructed in 1967 at the Florien plant, however the picture is current. This 60' by 16' Loch Lomond is still in its prime after nearly 40 years of enjoyment by its owners. It features a steering cabin on the upper deck, a walkway on both sides of the cabin and a round bow to give it the appearance of a riverboat. Originally two ornamental smoke stacks were also included.
Built in 1967 it is now nearly 40 years old. As evident by this great craft, Jordan houseboats are capable of providing a lifetime of enjoyment.
The boat below is a 46 foot by 16 foot first rater. It is equipped to sleep six people comfortably. It features a bath and kitchen area. It has a sun deck with a walk way on both sides of the cabin. This style gave it a very pleasing appearance and made for a more pleasurable occupation of the craft.
The boat pictured below is moored at Plumb Orchard
Camp on Lake Bistineau a few yards from where it was launched in the mid
sixties. It has provided 40 years and three generations of enjoyment
and seems little if any worse for the wear. Lake Bistineau is located
just southeast of Shreveport, LA and was the main staging area for Jordan
Houseboats while they were produced in Shreveport. Many of the boats
launched in this beautiful lake are still in service, further proof of
the soundness of an investment in these great crafts.
These are but a few of the dreams that have been created.
Let Jordan Houseboats create a dream for you.