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Floating strip club navigates regulatory trouble

July 3, 2014 • Entertainment


This undated handout photo provided by Alaskan Leader Tours, shows the converted fishing boat, “Wild Alaskan,” in Kodiak Island, Alaska. The new attraction on Alaska’s Kodiak Island features exotic dancers who entertain fisherman on the converted fishing boat, but apparently not everyone approves of the idea. (AP Photo/Alaskan Leader Tours, Darren Byler)

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A new attraction on Alaska’s Kodiak Island features exotic dancers who entertain fishermen on a converted Bering Sea crabbing boat dubbed the “Wild Alaskan” — and it’s already encountered choppy regulatory seas.

Barely open for business, the floating bar and grill was briefly shut down by the Coast Guard after someone reported that a water taxi was overloaded as it transported patrons to the 120-foot vessel.

Wild Alaskan owner Darren Byler said he is “100 percent sure” that whoever notified authorities Login to read more

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