Boats and personal watercraft tried to set a Guinness World Record for the largest boat tie-up Saturday on Lake Cumberland near the Conley Bottom Marina near Monticello. The Lake Cumberland Association had hoped to have more than 2,000 boats and personal watercraft for the "Raft Up." Just about any kind of boat or personal watercraft-from a canoe to a huge houseboat qualified for the event.
Boats and personal watercraft tried to set a Guinness World Record for the largest boat tie-up Saturday on Lake Cumberland near the Conley Bottom Marina near Monticello. The Lake Cumberland Association had hoped to have more than 2,000 boats and personal watercraft for the "Raft Up." Just about any kind of boat or personal watercraft-from a canoe to a huge houseboat qualified for the event.
Boats and personal watercraft tried to set a Guinness World Record for the largest boat tie-up Saturday on Lake Cumberland near the Conley Bottom Marina near Monticello. The Lake Cumberland Association had hoped to have more than 2,000 boats and personal watercraft for the "Raft Up." Just about any kind of boat or personal watercraft-from a canoe to a huge houseboat qualified for the event.

Lake Cumberland sews up a record

August 15, 2010 12:00 AM

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