In 1972 a group of Tahoe Yacht Club members and friends got together to share their passion for wooden boats.
THE SHOW’S HISTORY
THE LAKE TAHOE CONCOURS d’ELEGANCE
In 1972 a group of Tahoe Yacht Club members and friends got together to share their passion for wooden boats. From this modest beginning, the Lake Tahoe Concours d’ Elegance has grown to play a significant role in the wooden boat community, as well as the Lake Tahoe maritime community. Since its induction in 1994 the Tahoe Yacht Club Foundation has hosted the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance focusing on the continuing growth of the show, the quality of boat exhibits, the highest of judging standards and practices, and most importantly, sharing the passion of wooden boats between exhibitors and public.
Each year the Tahoe Yacht Club Foundation raises money for charitable donation which is exclusively focused in providing educational opportunities originating in the Lake Tahoe area that enhance expertise or understanding of maritime skills.
To apply for the annual grant, please download the grant application here
THE TAHOE YACHT CLUB FOUNDATION PERPETUAL TROPHIES HISTORY
Perpetual Trophies. The very word – “Perpetual” – enduring and unsurpassed, the continuing of tradition. Fulfilling a dream and receiving recognition which will remain an everlasting benchmark in boating history.
Concours dreams and achievements are validated with first, second and third-place awards “in class” and with the presentation of special Perpetual trophies going to the most meticulously-restored, highest-point boats. Tahoe Yacht Club Foundation now has 17 of these special trophies made possible by the generous assistance of endowers, many who have competed and won their own share of precious “Concours silver, crystal, and mahogany” over the past 44 years of this event.
*NEW* – TO VIEW CONCOURS ENTRIES BY YEAR SINCE 1990, CLICK HERE
This document is a searchable database of each Concours boat entry in 1990. This detailed 27 year history provides data on more than 1,700 entries.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER :
The content provided in this listing of CONCOURS d’ELEGANCE A-Z LIST BY CLASS/ 1990 – 2016, is presented as a courtesy to our viewers to be used only for informational purposes and is not represented to be error free. The listing was compiled by boating enthusiasts Theresa and Duane Rustad based on each year’s program booklet distributed at each Concours show. Neither Tahoe Yacht Club (“TYC”) nor Tahoe Yacht Club Foundation (“Foundation”) make any representations or warranties of any kind with respect to the validity of such content, such representations and warranties being expressly disclaimed.
TYC and Foundation do not represent or warrant that the content of this information is accurate, complete or current for any specific or particular purpose or application. In addition, TYC and Foundation are not endorsing or recommending the use of this compilation for any special or particular purpose.
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This listing is being provided as a courtesy and is not intended to and does not constitute an endorsement of the author.
In no event will TYC nor Foundation or any of its officers, directors or associates be liable for any damages — whether direct, indirect, special, general, consequential, for alleged lost profits, or otherwise – that might result from any use of or reliance on this listing.
The listing was compiled using distributed program booklets for the given Concours year and the information provided therein at the time of publication. Class numbers and titles have changed many times over the years and they are not consistent throughout the years.
The following abbreviations are provided for your reference:
X = entry
M = marque class
NS = no show
LE = late entry
FB = fill boat
8/200 = 8 cylinder / 200 horsepower
Class # listed according to programs each year as listed. Keep in mind these changed. For example, the Margue class in 1990 was Class 12; in 1991, it was class 8 and in 2007 it was class 14.