“Slow, No Wake Speed”
means the slowest speed at which it
is still possible to maintain steering and which does not create a wake.
The Cheboygan River is the head water of Michigan's famous Inland Waterway
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We are working with law enforcement to help reduce the No Wake violations on the river.
The C.R.P.A. is a proud member of the Michigan Sheriff's Association.
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Michigan Boating Laws
Cheboygan Tribune Channel 7 & 4 News Detroit News
As Seen on the News
U.S.C.G. Marine Speed Laws
“No wake” is defined as the slowest possible speed required to maintain steerage and headway.
CHEBOYGAN RIVER - R281.716.3 - SLOW - NO WAKE SPEED.
On the waters of the Cheboygan River, town 37 north, range 1 west; town 38 north, range 1 west, city of Cheboygan. Benton and Inverness Townships, Cheboygan County, from outermost end of the west pierhead upstrean to Mullett Lake, it shall be unlawful for the operator of a vessel to exceed a slow- no wake speed.
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