Redhead Yacht Club, located in a protected no-wake cove on Lake of the Ozarks, invites all classic boats to a Saturday Rendezvous.
Redhead Lakeside Grill and Performance Marina have slips for our classic boats in a protected cove with launch ramps available on site. There is also room for trailer parking and for land displays.
Redhead will be promoting the public display of classic boats from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. This is a great opportunity to “show and tell” about classic boats plus a time to visit with fellow classic boat enthusiasts.
Redhead also owns vacation rentals on site with slips for boaters wanting to experience more of the lake. http://www.redheadyachtclub.com/rentals.html
No fees to participate! But please register in advance.
Skip Langell – dockmaster
Classics Cruisin’ Table Rock Lake is for those who love to use their boats for cruising. The event is planned around “Cruisin’ N Eatin’, Eatin’ N Cruisin’ ” with good friends. Join the event on beautiful Table Rock Lake and you’ll become good friends, too. There will be an optional long cruise on Thursday followed by shorter cruises all weekend and a 3-hour public display from 1:00 to 4:00 on Saturday.
The Heartland Classics Chapter website https://www.heartlandclassics.org/ will have details and registration information.
Event Chair is Don Parker, 417.739.2124, email@example.com
Enjoy the hospitality of the Heartland during this weekend of cruising on Grand Lake Of the Cherokees in northeast Oklahoma. A judged show is held at the docks of Arrowhead Marina on Saturday.
Details will be kept up-to-date on the Heartland Classics website where online registration is available.