SkipperLiner to build 105-foot yacht for resort

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SkipperLiner was awarded a contract to construct a three-deck, 105-foot yacht by Riverside Resort LLC in Lake Charles, La.

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The vessel, Lady of the Lake, will have a 25.5-foot beam and will be equipped with a complete galley and a beverage bar on two of the decks. It will moor at the resort, which is under construction on the Calcasieu River near Lake Charles.

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 is very excited to build the Lady of the Lake for Jim Mistretta's new Riverside Resort,” Skipper Manufacturing managing member Jeb Griffith, managing member said in a statement. “Riverside Resort and the MV Lady of the Lake will be incredible new attractions to the rich water history in the Lake Charles area.”

La Crosse, Wis.-based SkipperLiner builds custom houseboats, yachts and passenger vessels.

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