It’s a gathering of boats, booze and a lot of partying people surrounding Gull Island in Lake St. Clair.
Two pontoon boats have been destroyed and three others damaged during a marina fire in Fenton Township.
National Safe Boating Week, May 19-25, raises annual awareness of safe and responsible boating in Michigan.
New signs are directing people to attractions along the Lake St. Clair waterfront in southeast Michigan.
There is reportedly a shortage of skilled workers in Michigan to make repairs on boats and other watercraft as the state’s boating season approaches.
Boaters no longer will be able to tie up overnight at spots where public roads end on lakes and other waterways under a measure signed into law this week by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley.
For the first time in almost a century, the city of Trenton is teaming up with Wayne County to operate the Marina at Elizabeth Park.
If you’re searching for something fun to do outside this weekend, look no further than the 2nd Annual Boating and Outdoor Festival on Lake St. Clair at Metro Beach Metropark in Harrison Township.
Great weather, a long holiday weekend and a trip to the lake. It’s a formula for alot of fun — but there is a word of caution: If you are near the water, watch your drinking.
With the summer boating season just beginning, boaters are reminded about personal safety and wearing life vests while out on the water.