Orlando, FLA (May 6, 2008) – Correct Craft, Inc., manufacturer of Nautique boats, and, an independent online community site of Correct Craft boat enthusiasts, announce the 2008 Midwest and Northeast Reunions, taking place in Green Lake, WI on July 11-13, and Lake George, NY on September 12-14.
According to Keith Bagley, owner and operator of, “For the third consecutive year, these events will combine in-water and on-land activities for the entire family. Scheduled events start on Friday night and run right through Sunday afternoon. Beyond a traditional boat show, these multi-day reunions offer a truly unique opportunity to ski or ride behind 2008 Nautique boats as well as Correct Crafts of yesteryear. Attendees will also enjoy the enthusiasm, camaraderie and valuable tips you can only get from fellow fans. Plus, there will be ample opportunity to win prizes from various sponsors, including plenty of Correct Craft branded items.”
Adam Lodge, Correct Craft’s Senior Director of Marketing commented, "Correct Craft is thrilled that continues to help solidify and promote the Nautique brand with its own reunions. Schedule permitting, myself and Bill Yeargin, President and CEO, hope to be able to attend one of these events to share firsthand in the buzz and excitement generated by having so many Nautique enthusiasts together at one time.”
Founded in 2003, is a robust online community of Correct Craft inboard boat and water sport enthusiasts. The site provides a place were fans come to share pictures of their beloved Correct Craft boats of all years and models, find helpful resource materials like vintage brochures or manuals, and/or discuss topics with fellow Correct Craft fans. To learn more or to become a part of this community, visit is solely owned by Bagley Productions, LLC.
Celebrating 83 years of excellence in the marine industry, the Nautique line of boats is manufactured by Correct Craft, Inc. Correct Craft is known for delivering superior quality product, cutting-edge technology and exceptional service experiences. To see the complete line of Nautique boats, visit