St. Ignace deck replacement (No. 1 of 8)
Overlooking Mackinac Island and Moran Bay, the marina hosts some of the Upper Peninsula’s most beautiful watercraft.
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This 136-slip, state-of-the-art facility can accommodate yachts up to 150 feet long. It’s a picturesque port in a storm—and much, much more.
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As the 2017 season winds down, St. Ignace Marina director Mike Singleton and his marina crew have been getting ready for 2018 with a full-scale deck replacement.
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The marina's deck replacement project has been ongoing through much of September 2017, and was punctuated with a volunteer event on Sept. 21 involving U.S. Coast Guard officials, community volunteers, and Enbridge employees.
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Says marina director Mike SIngleton: “We’ve had people come out for wedding and grad pictures, and lots of get-togethers with touring boat clubs and boat races."
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“The boards we’re replacing are actually in very good shape, and we’re donating all the salvageable wood to the City of St. Ignace so they can refurbish the North Country Trail, our boardwalk that runs along Lake Huron,” says marina director Mike Singleton.
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Says marina director Mike Singleton: “We set up a Facebook page last summer, and we’ve had 4,700 people tell us they’ve visited the marina—which is pretty great for a town of about 2,500 people.”
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"We have even bigger plans for the marina. We eventually want to have a stage built to host larger music events and festivals," says marina director Mike Singleton.