LAKE ST. CLAIR — It’s boats for as far as the eye can see!

Thousands of boaters gathered Saturday in Lake St. Clair’s Muscamoot Bay in hopes of setting a record for the longest raft-off ever. Event organizers are hoping at least 5,000 boats join together to help break the record.

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The crew from 99.5 WYCD’s “Redneck Yacht Club” was on hand aboard the 46-foot “Sun Ray” with Grunwald, who said there’s at least two-miles of boats.

“It’s insane here, I never could imagine this many people out here,” he said.

The party is expected to last all day.

(credit: WYCD)

(credit: WYCD)

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(Steve Grunwald/WYCD)

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(Steve Grunwald/WYCD)

 

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(Steve Grunwald/WYCD)

 

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