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SkipperLiner delivers 105-foot vessel to resort

SkipperLiner recently delivered the M/V Lady of the Lake to Riverside Resort in Lake Charles, La.

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The 105-foot vessel is powered by twin John Deere 330-hp marine diesel engines with direct drives.

She is en route, via the Mississippi River, to her home, the Riverside Resort, which is under construction on the Calcasieu River. The resort will have facilities for as many as 250 recreational vehicles, 70 rental cabins, three restaurants, two bars, a bait shop and a seafood market.

SkipperLiner was very honored to have been selected to build the M/V Lady of the Lake for Jim Mistretta's new Riverside Resort,” Skipper Manufacturing managing member Jeb Griffith said in a statement. "We wish the Riverside Resort best wishes with their new world-class yacht and facilities.”

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