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  • KwaTaqNuk resort gets new tour boat

    By Vince Devlin
    Polson, Montana (AP)

    Four weddings and a funeral are already booked on The Shadow, a 65-foot-long and 149-passenger tour boat that slid into the waters of Flathead Lake for the first time last week.

    The KwaTaqNuk Resort’s new vessel, which previously operated on Lake Coeur d’Alene in Idaho, replaces the resort’s 48-passenger Princess and opens up a wide variety of new on-the-water events the Princess couldn’t handle – not just charters for weddings and funerals, but reunions, parties and meetings. There’ll be bingo and poker nights on board the boat, and special evening events that could extend the boat’s season deep into December, before the lake’s level drops.

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