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Stutts Marina on Lake Norman in Mooresville, North Carolina, has been serving its community since it was the first marina built on the lake in 1963. Its current owners bought it from the original founders in 2001 and are now nearing the end of a large-scale renovation that will grow the slip space many times over and make the marina a first-class destination for boaters on the lake and those visiting from surrounding areas. 


The new docks D and E are rounded, shaped to follow the marina property. Despite the unique shape and long runs, the docks are spaced to allow for easy maneuvering and docking of both sides of the inner slips. The new Meeco Sullivan dock have 14 by 30 foot covered slips, designed as wave mitigation on the outer side. The floating docks and overall design with wake breaking technology is perfect for this busy part of the lake. 

To build a first-class facility, the marina wanted innovative and high-quality docks and equipment. Equipment such as the space-saving and convertible power pedestals within HydroHoist’s HydroLocker, and an Edson pumpout at the fuel dock brought innovation and high-quality equipment to the facility. It has made a better experience for clients and allowed staff to work more efficiently.

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EarthCam and the North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) bring you a live streaming bird’s-eye-view of an osprey nest located on Lake Norman in Mooresville, NC.


This camera highlights the work of NCWF’s local chapter, the Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists (LNWC) – a community based organization established for the purpose of environmental education, appreciation of wildlife and natural history, and conservation of wildlife habitat and natural resources.

This nesting platform, located in the shallow water surrounding a small wooded island, is one of over seven-dozen platforms constructed by the organization over the past decade.

Osprey Camera
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