Lakeland Boating Magazine

June 2014

June 2014 Issue

Sister Bay, Wisconsin

Beginning your day floating atop the clear blue water of Green Bay a on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) is hard to beat. The summer water is calm in the hours before boaters rev their engines or unfurl their sails, Jet Skis fire up for racing along the shoreline, or car traffic buzzes the length of the highway in the quaint village of Sister Bay, Wisconsin, on the Door County peninsula. From the extreme to the serene, Sister Bay offers a multitude of ways to relax and explore nature on the waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, not the least of which is the annual Sister Bay Paddlefest, which takes place June 14. READ MORE

Also In This Issue...

  • Boat Test: Prestige 450 Flybridge
  • Boat Spotlights: Chris-Craft, Cutwater, Harris FloteBote, Hobie
  • Engineering a Classic: The Gage-Hacker is a traditional wood boat built with modern technology
  • Explore the Shore: Cruise Michigan's amazing coastline aboard Keweenaw Star
  • Floating Asset: The peer-to-peer boat rental market is hot, bringing new people into boating and helping current boat owners stay on the water
  • A Tale of Two Cities: The ports of Manitowoc and Two Rivers, Wisconsin boast rich maritime history that gives way to modern-day cruising and trailering destinations for generations young and old to enjoy
  • Ask the Expert: Eric Kinney of Frankenmuth Insurance explains how to choose the best, most economical coverage for your floating asset
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