By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline. Showing hundreds of revellers with their feet in the sand and cold drinks to hand, these incredible aerial shots show how sandbar parties are all the rage in the U. Everyone, unsurprisingly, arrives at the party on boats, which are often tied together to encourage socialising. One shot, taken above Lake Havasu on the Arizona- California border over Labor Day Weekend at the end of August, shows a veritable swarm of people on a narrow bank of land. The above shot, taken above Lake Havasu on the Arizona-California border over Labor Day Weekend at the end of August, shows people swarming on a narrow bank of land.
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My name is Sean Mulligan. Please let me lead off with, I drive a fire truck for a living. I am not a promoter or publicist. However, I want to tell you about some wonderful people who have changed my life, and I think that there is something a little unique, if not odd, going on in the dead of winter in the middle of the Arizona Desert. I have been an avid recreational sailor my entire life. Strange I suppose, because I have always lived in the desert.
Aerial images show the amazing popularity of SANDBAR parties
Two California men were taken into custody for reportedly dancing naked on a boat near Lake Havasu on Saturday. Officials say deputies had received a call that Faust and Yow were seen dancing naked on their boat at The Sandbar, north of Lake Havasu. The caller told authorities that three children, all under the age of 15, were present during this incident. When the family tried to confront Faust and Yow about their behavior, they reportedly became aggressive, and, "continued to show their genitals to the family. As deputies arrived, they observed that Faust, who was the driver of the boat, was allegedly inconsistent with his speed and made erratic changes in direction.
Half-naked partyers guzzle beer by the case and writhe to booming rap; scores of sports boats and cabin cruisers drift into a teeming mass: Welcome to another summer weekend on Lake Havasu. A screening test shows his blood alcohol level is. As they head into another summer season, authorities across the country are cracking down on drunken boaters to stem a rising tide of alcohol-related accidents and deaths. According to the Coast Guard, 34 percent of the boating fatalities in most likely involved alcohol, up 8 percent from Most of those who flock to fun-in-the-sun locales like Lake Havasu and the Florida coast are harmless law abiders on the prowl for tans and tall ones.