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Windmill Marina: General manager sets sail after 42 years

By Bruce Claflin bruce@scuttlebutt.com If you have boated on the beautiful St. Croix River, you have probably stopped at Windmill Marina in Afton, Minn. The 170-slip, full-service marina is not just a nice place to launch your boat, or stop to refuel and refresh; it is...

32 BAREFOOT WATER-SKIERS AND EVINRUDE® BREAK GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ TITLE

Sturtevant, Wis., May 15, 2018 – Evinrude® announced today a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the most barefoot water-skiers pulled behind a single boat. Powered by three 300-horsepower Evinrude E-TEC® G2® engines, 32 performers entered the water at Wolf...

Mixing it up: Area lakes offer options

By Tracy Briggs Most people think Minnesota is over exaggerating calling itself “The Land of 10,000 Lakes.” But in true Midwestern fashion, the state is actually being too humble. Minnesota has 11,842 lakes over 10 acres in size according to...

From Lake Minnetonka to the record books

By Bruce Claflin | bruce@scuttlebutt.com AMERICAN SPIRIT When one thinks about the American spirit, one inevitably thinks about freedom. Most boaters would say they never feel so free as they do with the sun on their face and the wind in...

New life for an old boat

By Bruce Claflin | bruce@scuttlebutt.com One of the greatest things about working on a Boating publication is the opportuni­ty to discover some very interesting sto­ries from the boating community. Many times, the people behind the stories are as engaging as...

Historic Red Wing

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine A Swan’s Feather Dyed Red Welcome to Red Wing, a city whose history is as interesting as the town itself. It is said that the first white visitor here was Father Louis Hennepin in 1680. That’s the...

Choosing a Marina for Your Boat and YOU

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine As boaters, we are all faced with a number of decisions that all impact our boating experience. Many boaters are fortunate enough to be able to keep their boats on (or very near) their own...

THE YEAR of the WOMAN – IN BOATING!!!

By Bruce Claflin - We’ve seen it on the news and heard it over the airwaves, 2018 was the year of the woman. It really is about time to ramp up the recognition...

INVASIVE SPECIES

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine Anyone who enjoys the waterways in our area or owns waterfront property, is aware of many of the invasive species that are present here. Respective Departments of Natural Resources in Wisconsin and Minnesota are fully...

Lake limos

By Kara Hildreth Today’s modern pontoon boats possess high-end luxury and entertainment value and have earned the nickname “lake limos.” The entertaining, luxurious boats can be a venue where lasting memories are made for generations of family and friends who come...

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