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Congratulations to Kwyatt Time’s Winning Entry in the League City Boat Lane Parade!
Posted In: League City News Posted by James Brockway on 12/21/2013


It’s not often that events in League City get worldwide attention, but the winner in the mid-size yacht division of League City’s 52nd Annual Boat Lane Parade did just that. Kwyatt Time, a boat owned and captained by George Wyatt, was decked out by George, Steve Seymour (alias Captain Cookie), Ro Jackson and James Carmichael. Their theme was “Captain Cookie and the Gingerbread Pirates” Accompanying the pirates were the Candy Cane Girls (Dana Seymour, Susan Carmichael and Vicki Jackson) adorned in their festive outfits.

While the Houston Chronicle covered this event, which attracts up to 100,000 people and over 100 boat entrants annually (see all the pictures here), Captain Cookie garnered international attention when the UK Daily Mail published the results of the event.

Congratulations to Kwyatt Time and all the other participants!



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