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Celebration Cruises FAQ's

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If you've never been on our cruise ship at the Lake of the Ozarks, you may a have a few questions, before your first voyage. Our cruise offers beautiful scenery, as well as a number of tasty menu options. For an option for unique entertainment at the Lake of the Ozarks, we're the place for you! Whether you wish to cruise from our Grand Glaize Bridge location or the Historic Bganell Dam, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Lake. To help you better understand what goes on our excursions, we've dedicated this week's blog to covering questions that we get asked, on a frequent basis. To learn the answer of these FAQ's, see the responses provided by Celebration Cruises below.


Do I need to make a reservation?
Online reservations are encouraged for all cruises and required for all meals.

Can I make a reservation the day of the cruise?
Yes, but only by phone, online reservations are not allowed the day of the cruise.

Do your cruises go out every day?
All of our cruises are …

Join Us For An Upcoming Cruise

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Are you looking for a way to entertain your friends and family? We offer a number of unique cruises at the Lake of the Ozarks. Whether you're vacationing to the area or live here full time, take advantage of Celebration Cruises upcoming voyages, to enjoy all the Lake has to offer! In addition to our daily and weekly cruises, we offer specialty cruises. To learn more about our upcoming cruise options, take a look at our schedule, provided below.


Mother's Day Brunch Cruise
Treat mom to a relaxing breakfast brunch and fabulous views of the Lake of the Ozarks. The Celebration at the Grand Glaize Bridge will set sail, for brunch, honoring mom, on Sunday, May 14th.  Enjoy time with mom, while eating our scrumptious meal and cruising the Lake. Boarding will begin at 10:00 am and the cruise will return at 12:30 pm, for our Mother's Day Brunch Cruise. Treat the special lady in your life, for only $46.00 for an adult and $25.00 for children.

Can Am Fire and Police Games Cruise
If yo…

All About the Celebration Cruises!

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Are you curious about the largest cruise ship on the Lake of the Ozarks? You're not alone! Our cruise at the Lake of the Ozarks offers a number of options for you, your family, your office (& any group) to enjoy! From a themed cruise to a private cruise, the list goes on and on as to what you can expect when you board the Celebration Cruises! We have dedicated this week's blog to sharing some detailed information about both of our cruise ships at the Lake of the Ozarks.

The Celebration
The ship was built in Lacrosse Wisconsin, where it launched in 1997 for it's first voyage. When the cruise ship made it's way to the Lake of the Ozarks, it traveled in two sections. The trip to Missouri took over a week, due to special permits and escort that was required! The top deck was placed on the bottom and welded, once it made it's way to the Lake. The construction of the boat is made up marine-grade steel and powered by two Caterpillar 3119 marine diesel engines, each whi…

Welcome To Our Blog!

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Welcome to our first blog! We are excited to being our weekly blog series. Be sure to check back often to see what we are up to! From upcoming events to Lake of the Ozarks information, you can find all you need to know about the Celebration Cruises, right here. If you are looking for a unique, family-friendly activity at the Lake of the Ozarks, look no further! For more details on our cruise experience at the Lake, see the information provided below.


Come aboard Celebration for a unique and enjoyable cruise while viewing the beautiful homes and scenery. You will enjoy a yachting experience and atmosphere with unsurpassed service from the professional crew. The Celebration cruises whether there's rain or shine. With over 100 seats in climate controlled comfort, weather does not prevent you from having a fantastic cruise experience at the Lake of the Ozarks.

About the Celebration
Over 80 feet in length with a 20 Ft beam (width) and a draft of 4.5 feet. The ship was built in Lacrosse…