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Captain G Yacht Charter Services

Lake of the Ozarks

Captain G Yacht Charter Services provides Lake of the Ozarks Yacht Charters and Boat Charters and serves the communities of Sunrise Beach, Osage Beach, Camdenton, Laurie, Lake Ozarks and all the surrounding area.

Vacation at the Lake without a boat?

Why not hire a U.S.C.G licensed Captain to show you the beauty of the 1200 mile shoreline of the Lake of the Ozarks, MO in our Regal 42 foot Sport Cruiser.

 

  1. Family Outings
  2. Corporate Outings
  3. Scenic Tours
  4. Sunset Tours
  5. See Bagnell Dam
  6.  Atlantis Island Condos
  7. Millionaire’s cove – fabulous homes.








We offer Luxury Yacht Charters aboard the "Kapowee" Regal 42 foot Sport Cruiser for client and their guests for business entertainment, holiday celebrations, weddings, birthdays, or just lake fun. Capacity up to 16 Passengers.
  • Bagnell Dam
    Bagnell Dam
  • Ha Ha Tonka
    Ha Ha Tonka
  • Fun on the Water
    Fun on the Water
  • Lake Fun
    Lake Fun
  • Regal 42 Foot Sport
    Regal 42 Foot Sport
  • Regal 42 Foot Sport
    Regal 42 Foot Sport
Regal 42 Foot Sport
Regal 42 Foot Sport

Lake of the Ozarks

The Lake of the Ozarks is a large reservoir created by impounding the Osage River in the northern part of the Ozarks in central Missouri. There are three smaller tributaries to the Osage, the Niangua River, Grandglaize Creek, and Gravois Creek, are included in the impoundment.

The lake runs 92 miles end to end. At roughly 1,150 miles, the total shoreline of the Lake of the Ozarks is longer than the coastline of California. The lake was the largest man-made lake in the United States, when it was completed in 1931 by the Union Electric Co. of St. Louis.  The total cost to build Bagnell Dam was approximately $30 million (nearly $360 million in today's money). At 17,741 acres, Lake of the Ozarks State Park is the largest park in Missouri.  Lake of the Ozarks covers 61,000 acres and contains 617 billion gallons of fresh water, what the city of St. Louis typically uses over a decade.  Roughly 3.5 million tourists visit Lake of the Ozarks from Memorial Day to Labor Day.