Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club
Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club History
The Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club ("EMCBC") was formed in February 1989 to promote the restoration and enjoyment of Classic and Wooden boats. Although there were other clubs like ours, there were none in Fort Worth, Texas. Members of the Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club share our ideas, experiences and resources. Each one of us comes from a different walk of life and profession, however we all share a common interest in antique and classic boating. Some of our members have classics such as Chris-Craft Commander, Chris-Craft Cavalier, Chris-Craft Constellation, Chris-Craft Roamer, Chris-Craft Catalina, and many other models of Chris-Craft. Also, Century, Carver, Elgin, Garwood, Owens, Higgins, Thompson, Correct-Craft, Lyman, Elko, Hacker-Craft, Burns Craft, Riva, Roughwater, classic sailboat brands, canoes, and Yellow Jacket. We also organize fun activities each month. where we can share and enjoy our common interests, such as our annual Boat Project, wherein members actually construct a small craft or restore a Classic Boat to show condition for display and auction at our Annual Wood Waves and Wheels Classic Boat and Auto Show held in May each year @ the Fort Worth Boat Club.
The goal of the chapter is to promote the preservation and enjoyment of antique and special interest watercraft of all types by:
Promoting public displays and recreation of member boats.
Acting as a historical repository for boating related information.
Encouraging social activities to members and their families.
Promoting education and preservation through technical workshops with subject matter expert’s.
Winter Restoration Workshop
The Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club restoration workshop gives the opportunity for classic boaters to come together to learn and share knowledge about classic boating and the preservation of vintage and wooden classic boats.
Topics covered at past workshops include wood boat repair, boat plank replacement, stripping, staining & varnishing wooden boats, fiberglass boat repair, and engine maintenance. EMCBC Classics auction / swap meet is held at this event and where attendees bring unwanted marine “stuff” to donate to the club for the silent auction. Proceeds help fund our activities.
Each year the workshop is organized by our Workshop Event Chair, Dan Sober.
We Welcome Topic Suggestions and Volunteer Speakers for our meetings and workshops
If you would like to suggest topics OR volunteer to be a speaker,
at the next meeting or workshop please contact:
Trey Bull, President
Dan Stober, Workshop Event Chair
Boat Show Entry Form
May 7th, 2022
@ the Fort Worth Boat Club
CITY _________________________ STATE _______ ZIP _________________
CELL PHONE (_____) __________ WORK PHONE (_______) ______________
CLUB AFFILIATION ________________
MODEL YEAR OF YOUR BOAT : ______________________
MODEL NAME: ________________________________
LENGTH: _____________________ BEAM: _____________
NAME ON THE BACK OR SIDE OF BOAT: ___________________________
SIGNIFICANT HISTORY / INTERESTING FACTS: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
CATEGORY, CHECK ONE:
● A: ROWBOATS, CANOES & SAILBOATS
● B: OUTBOARD BOATS
● C: UTILITY / I-O BOATS
● D: RUNABOUTS
● E: CONTEMPORARY 1968 and up
● F: CABIN CRUISERS UP TO 30’
● G: CABIN CRUISERS OVER 30’
● I: TRAILER BOATS
I agree to display my boat(s) at my own risk. I will not hold the Fort Worth Boat Club and or The Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club responsible for any damage that may result from attending this show.
Kick Off Dinner Friday night May 6th, 2022 @ Fort Worth Boat Club @ 6:30 PM RSVP required. Do you plan on attending the Kick Off Dinner: Yes_______No________
Cut, Paste, and return your entry form to me
Trey Bull email@example.com
MAIL COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM to:
Trey Bull/Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club
7336 Rocky Ford Road
Fort Worth, Texas 76179
PLEASE DUPLICATE THIS FORM IF ENTERING MORE THAN ONE BOAT.
We also host an End of Summer Party, Annual Christmas Party and participate in the Parade of Lights on Eagle Mountain Lake.
Our meetings are generally held the 2nd Saturday of each month at 7:00 PM. We usually have a social time beginning at 6:30 PM, followed by informative programs or special event-planning sessions. If you would like to join us, please check our Face Book page https://www.facebook.com/EagleMountainClassicBoatClub for the location of the next meeting and other info about the club. You may also wish to be added to our mailing list for our monthly newsletter by submitting your application for membership located under the "Join the Club" section of this web site. ($50/family - cost of membership). Updated information is disseminated to members via our newsletter. We welcome visitors and guests to our meetings and special events any time and hope you can join us. Thank you for visiting EMCBC.com! This is one fine organization on the lake that's really fun to be a part of and that's the Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club.
*******NOTE - Boat ownership is not required to join! Their are plenty of members that have boats and a few that don't have boats. We hope that non ownership of a boat will not discourage you from joining. Their are plenty of members that would love for you to ride with them on their boats when we take take them out. Especially me.... Here's a link to your membership application: https://sites.google.com/site/treybullemlnewsletter/eagle-mountain-classic-boat-club/membership-application
Check out this video of our Wood, Waves, & Wheels Show @ The Fort Worth Boat Club on May 7th, 2016
Check out this video of our Wood, Waves, & Wheels Show @ The Fort Worth Boat Club in May 2015
Wood, Waves, & Wheels Show @ The Fort Worth Boat Club in May 2013
End of the summer party, September 2015 @ Andy & Ann Butchard's house on Eagle Mountain Lake https://www.facebook.com/CowboyinFtWorth/videos/1028719673826962/
Current Officers Of The Eagle Mountain Classic Boat Club are:
Pictured from L-R Treasurer Cyndi Herbig, President Trey Bull, Secretary Lynda Elliot, Vice President Gary McGinnity
President - Trey Bull Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President - Gary McGinnity - Email: email@example.com
Treasurer - Cyndi Herbig - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary - Lynda Elliot - Email: email@example.com
Social Chairman - Cyndi Herbig, Wanda Spriggs, Trey Bull, Amanda Arnwine, Lynda Elliot
Membership Chairman - Trey Bull & Jacob Macias firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacob Macias - Email: email@example.com
Art Brees - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanda Spriggs - Email: Spriggsw57@gmail.com
Chairman Emeritus & Director & Advisor to the board
Dan Stober - Email: email@example.com
Some other members in & around the lake that are a part of this organization are:
Jerri Spang Bittner
Major Jim Boswell
Wayne Chester/Paula Ibas
John Fischer / Sherry Moure
Trudi Free Rand / Charles Rand
Jim & Jan Johnson
Nick & Rebecca Karanges
Kyle Mayer & Teri Wilborn
Richard & Jessica McCurry
Dewayne & Vickie McMullin
Mary Jane Ott
Jeff & Kristi Peterson
Charlie & Cheryl Prothro
David & Cindy Raley
Bill Roach / Brenda Mondy
Philip & Heidi Schutts
Gary & Lisa Sebastian
Fred & Kathy Snook
James & Chandler Thibodaux
Billy & Dena Marie Threlkeld
Abby Pewitt Slayton Tobin
Gary & Marvi Van Y
Tim Yarbrough & Sandy Bailey
Video of a 1952 18' Century Resorter
the club restored back in 2011. Has the original M-47S, twin carb straight six (largest of four motors offered in 1952). That is a dual carb straight six Chrysler Marine engine, producing 135 HP, and the largest of four motor options that year. Owned by club member Jim Simmons and now owned by Dan Stober
1941 38' Chris Craft - owned by Amon Carter for years and has always been on the lake and at every show.
Tastin Away In Margaritaville Poker August 8th, 2015
1959 19' Thompson that the club restored for the 2015 Wood, Wave, & Wheels Show. Boat was sold @ the 2015 Keels & Wheels show down at Lakewood Yacht Club last April 2015. Video of the boat's 1st test drive & ride after the club finished restoring it
Member boats beached @ Pelican Island on November 2015
Newsletters that are published every month on the club.
September 2015 Newsletter: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4lIY5UQ_3HdYzdpUHk3WFIzSDg
EMCBC March 2016 Newsletter https://www.evernote.com/shard/s221/sh/59a03f73-4908-464b-ae04-2db1b715beb1/1b92805d8193df16596089da2a600e72