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Lake Michigan Water Trail

Lake Michigan Water Trail

16-Nov-2016

The Whitehall City Council voted unanimously to support the official designation of the Lake Michigan Water Trail section from New Buffalo, Michigan to Ludington. ...
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Lake Erie Listed as Impaired for First Time

Lake Erie Listed as Impaired for First Time

15-Nov-2016

For the first time, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder have listed Lake Erie as impaired under the federal Clean Water Act. The DEQ labeled Lake Erie's open waters as impaired in its annual report to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)....
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<em>Antelope</em> Shipwreck Found Near Apostle Islands

Antelope Shipwreck Found Near Apostle Islands

14-Nov-2016

A group of shipwreck hunters have discovered the remains of the Antelope, a 187-foot schooner-barge that sank on October 7, 1897. The group calls the Antelope wreck one of the most intact sail-rigged ships found in Lake Superior, with two of three masts still standing, full rigging and the bow cabin...
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WWII Documentary Features Lake Michigan Aircraft Carriers

WWII Documentary Features Lake Michigan Aircraft Carriers

09-Nov-2016

Next month, a new WWII-era documentary on the Great Lakes will be screened near Cleveland. On December 2, “Heroes on Deck” will play at the Lakewood Civic Auditorium from 7 to 10 p.m., and include a speech by the film’s director, John Davies. The documentary examines the app...
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Michigan Boating Community Loses Dedicated Member: David Giffin, 1944-2016

Michigan Boating Community Loses Dedicated Member: David Giffin, 1944-2016

04-Nov-2016

In mid-September, the Great Lakes boating community lost David Giffin. He passed away at his home in Bay Harbor, Michigan at the age of 71. Giffin was involved in the boating world in a number of influential ways. He owned and operated Grand Isle Marina in Grand Haven, Michigan for 24 years. ...
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World Record-Breaking Kayak Trip Set for 2017

World Record-Breaking Kayak Trip Set for 2017

03-Nov-2016

Next March, one Missouri resident will attempt to set a world record for the most miles kayaked in a single year. Traci Lynn Martin will set out from Port Huron, Michigan on March 13, 2017 with the goal of covering 8,600 miles in 265 days. Martin is an expedition kayaker and ultra-endurance comp...
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Capt. Christopher Kelly Passes Away

Capt. Christopher Kelly Passes Away

26-Oct-2016

The boating community lost an innovative and good-natured member to lung cancer this summer. Captain Christopher Kelly — an award-winning multimedia producer and publisher, magazine editor and entrepreneur — passed away July 5 in Norwalk, Connecticut. Kelly leaves behind a long lis...
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Rare 18th Century Shipwreck Found in Lake Ontario

Rare 18th Century Shipwreck Found in Lake Ontario

17-Oct-2016

In August, the National Museum of the Great Lakes in Toledo, Ohio, reported the discovery of one of the oldest, fully intact shipwrecks of a commercial sailing vessel in Lake Ontario. The Washington was a small, single-masted sloop built near Erie, Pennsylvania, in 1797. The ship was used on L...
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Lorain Lighthouse Foundation Launches GoFundMe Page

Lorain Lighthouse Foundation Launches GoFundMe Page

14-Oct-2016

The Lorain Lighthouse, known as the “Jewel of the Port,” stands as a beacon to the city of Lorain, Ohio. Next year marks the historic lighthouse’s 100th anniversary. To celebrate, the Lorain Lighthouse Foundation launched a GoFundMe campaign to help raise $24,000 for restorati...
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Sargo Now on Great Lakes

Sargo Now on Great Lakes

10-Oct-2016

Conneticut-based Skarne Marine now has a presence on the Great Lakes. The brokerage recently delivered its first Sargo 31 to Au Gres, Michigan, on Lake Huron. ...
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