​Saturday, December ​8, 2018   6:00 pm

Ring in the holidays with this Clear Lake tradition. More than 100,000 people traditionally enjoy this event from land and from hundreds of boats anchored throughout the Lake The parade features more than 100 brightly decorated power and sailboats that will traverse the Clear Lake channel from the South Shore Harbour Marina and the Nassau Bay Lagoon to Galveston Bay.

PUBLIC VIEWING

Kemah Boardwalk

Both Sides of Kemah/Seabrook Channel

Nassau Bay Lagoon

South Shore Harbour Marina

Clear Lake Shores

2017 SPONSORS


Presenting
City of ​Clear Lake Shores

City of Kemah

City of League City

City of Nassau Bay

City of Seabrook

Anchor Line

Mark E. Hollis, CPA, PLLC

PhotosbyEddieHarper.com

Total Dollar Yacht Insurance

Contributors

Blue Marlin Fuel Dock

Lauderdale Yacht Sales

Texas Navy Sam Houston Squadron


Kemah Boardwalk

2017 Boat Parade Committee

Chairman of the Christmas Boat Lane Parade Jim Christiansen, Leidos Innovations Corp                                 Area Promotions Division Chairman Deeann Duckworth, Duckworth Insurance                                                               Honorary Parade Marshall Admiral R.B. "Bob" Taylor       Trisha Barita, Barita & Keough Law Firm, PLLC                   Kim Christiansen, Pasadena Memorial HS
Sandy Christiansen, Houston Methodist St. John Hospital
Michelle Cisneros, Paradise Tropical Wines Kemah         Kat Clemons, Hope Village
Ashley Helms, PowerTech Services/Get Social!
Mark Hollis, Mark E. Hollis, CPA PLLC
Denny Holt, Space City Cruisers
Lisa Johnson, On the Mark Financial Services, Inc.
Sara Martin, American Heart Association
Allie Franklin & Patrick McAndrew, True North Marine
Dolly Schroeder, Mary Kay Consultant                                 Chris Shaw & Roy Shaw, Shaw Systems Associates, Inc.
Tommy Tipton, Lauderdale Yacht Sales
Carla Turner, Renewable Energy Group Houston               Lynette Valentine, BrandIQ