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Celebration Cruises at Lake of the Ozarks ... The Lake's LARGEST Cruise Boat

Come aboard Celebration for your most unique and memorable family or corporate event. You will enjoy a Yachting experience and atmosphere with unsurpassed service from the professional crew.

Celebration and the crew invite you aboard for your next function, whether it’s a Holiday Christmas party, Business Meeting or Social.

We offer an exceptional venue for family events: Birthdays, Anniversary’s, Reunions, Graduations or Wedding Events

Climate controlled for 4 season comfort, easy access, parking and a central location.

Celebration cruises rain and shine. With over 100 seats in climate controlled comfort weather does not prevent you from having a fantastic cruise experience. In the event of dangerous weather you would be notified and offered to rebook or a refund.

Celebration Cruises is ADA accessible.


Upcoming Special Cruises:

Come out and enjoy a fabulous Mothers Day Cruise with lunch service on May 8, 2016.
Boarding begins at noon.

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Come out on May 29, 2016 and join us aboard the Celebration and enjoy a picnic lunch and the Memorial Day fireworks provided by the Lodge of Four Seasons. Boarding is at 730 PM at our Homeport located at 5085 Davis Drive, Osage Beach MO 65065 right next to the Grand Glaize Drive.

A Lake Race fundraiser will take place aboard the Celebration Boat on Tuesday, May 17th. Boarding begins at 5:30pm at the Grand Glaize bridge. A six course sit-down dinner will be provided by Savannah Grille and complimentary wine by Lohr Fine Wine & Spirits. There will be a cash bar and entertainment by Donny Larsen. The cost is $125 per person. Make your reservation now by calling 573-302-4646.



Come out and enjoy the largest unsanctioned boat race in the US aboard the Celebration. Named one of the nation’s eight “must-see” boating events according to Powerboat Magazine, the Shootout will take place for the ninth year at Captain Ron’s Bar & Grill in Sunrise Beach (Lake Road 5-50, mile marker 34.5). The event raises funds for eight Lake-area rescue teams and numerous other charitable organizations; last year, $175,000.00 to 31 different Charities and Fire Departments. The Shootout is alive and well and looking forward to the 28th year in August of 2016.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Sunday, August 28, 2016