This is the first in a series of stories we’ll publish on the rising water levels in the Great Lakes and the way those levels are felt locally.
A break in the fall winds last week allowed for some quick boat transfers on Lake Michigan, including a unique visitor to the area — the Emita II.
The owner of the Absolute Navetta 58 asked to remain anonymous in order to maintain his family’s privacy, but he was willing to tell the story of how the unique boat called Last Morning ended up in Grand Haven.
Mahogany yacht a regular visitor in its one-time homeport.
U.S. Coast Guard Ninth District crews responded to a total of nine search-and-rescue cases and seven law enforcement cases throughout the Great Lakes Region during the past weekend.
A Chicago resident ended up abandoning his sailboat near the Grand Haven State Park on Sunday evening after he got caught too close to shore with his sail up and motor off, police said.
One-hundred and thirty-seven boats crossed the starting line in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the 80th annual Queen’s Cup Regatta, but only 111 boats finished at the Grand Haven municipal marina Saturday morning.
FERRYSBURG — The Freedom Boat Club of West Michigan, which recently opened at Keenan Marina, offers a way to get out on the water without the hassle of owning, maintaining and storing a vessel.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office marine division and the Holland Coast Guard Auxiliary is getting ready for summer by hosting a free vessel safety inspection.
“This part of the river is now a concentrated area of lawlessness,” riverfront resident says.
On July 1, David Pike finished his 5,384-mile trip in a dinghy.
Gloomy skies accompanied the annual powerboat rally, Rock the Coast Saturday morning, but the rumble of engines could be heard throughout the area as more than 100 go fast boats paraded out the Grand Haven channel.
Grand Haven City Council had a chance to listen in on the discussions surrounding the controversial move to begin charging boaters to moor along the city’s seawall overnight.
Some of the boaters who tie up to the Grand River seawall in Grand Haven say they’re upset with a recent move to start collecting fees from them.
“Boat traffic in the high-water season has become a problem for us,” Dr. Mark Ivey told the Spring Lake Township Board at a recent meeting.