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Wake surfing sport streams demand for tow boat industry

By Kara Hildreth Today’s modern tow boats are engineered to produce world-class wakes, waves and sweet rides on cool open waters. “Surfing has been the big deal and the driver of that market for the last number of years, and...

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...

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...

NATIONAL MARINA DAYS KICKS OFF JUNE 9TH

According to their website at www.NationalMarinaDay.org, National Marina Days is a nationwide boating event to grow boating participation across North America. National Marina Day as it was named in it’s early years has now grown into National Marina Days plural....

Local Boating Radio Show Changes Channels

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine Our favorite local boating radio show “Boating with Wolf Marine and Tetzlaff Yacht Sales” is changing channels. The show, which is produced by John Tetzlaff of Tetzlaff Yacht Sales, and Erik Wolf of Wolf Marine,...

South Shore Yacht Club’s 80th Queen’s Cup: A Proud Heritage

By Sam Graubner, South Shore Yacht Club The Queen’s Cup Race is sailed for one of the oldest trophies in world yachting, with a history that dates back to the British Victorian era. Queen Victoria first offered the cup as...

ST. CROIX NATIONAL SCENIC RIVERWAY TURNS 50

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine A seemingly short 50 years ago, then President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act which established a national system to protect our rivers and the land immediately adjacent to them....

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...

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...

LET’S TALK SPRING, BOATING, and READINESS!

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine So all of us here in the upper Midwest have been extremely patient and now, it’s finally spring. Time to go boating! Maybe for some of us it IS time to go boating, but for...

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