Building on the past helps give Maine its strong sense of place.
If you can’t have fun doing it, why bother?
A look at the era of long and lean boats.
On a gray early April day, John’s Bay Boat Shop launched its 59th boat.
Teaching our children the lifelong joys of a life spent with boats.
<strong>By John K. Hanson, Jr.</strong> - Even in winter, “cold feet” is not an acceptable state of mind.
Middle of the fleet. Back of the pack. Bringing up the rear. (At least I play well with others.)
Maine Marine Manufacturing, Hodgdon Yachts, and the University of Maine launch a new generation of naval craft.
Twenty years ago, I wrote this letter to kick off our very first issue.
<em>Jacob Pike</em> - A grand old boat takes on a new career.
The Eggemoggin Reach Race is about - beauty, history, camaraderie, and fabulous wooden boats.
Letter from the Publisher, John K. Hanson, Jr. - Issue 96
Red Boutilier's photos become engrained in the consciousness of the boat world. His work records the boatbuilding industry of Maine's recent past and points the way to its present.
Letter from the Publisher, Issue 95
Issue 93 - Two artists, two different times, a similar eye for boats.
Publisher's Letter - Issue 94