Wednesday, December 14th 2016The Commissioner of the Maine Department of Marine Resources has suspended the lobster licenses of two men for removing the eggs from female lobsters. The violation is a Class D crime which, in addition to license suspension, is punishable by up to a year in jail and fines in excess of $1,000.
Tuesday, December 13th 2016Hinckley has a new general manager for its Southwest Harbor and Northeast Harbor Yard and her name is Tara Regan. “We are delighted to appoint the first woman to head up our Maine yards,” said Hinckley COO Mike Arieta.
Monday, December 12th 2016The Maine Maritime Museum in Bath has begun construction of a new 600-square-foot gallery space that will house an immersive lighthouse exhibit, Into the Lantern: A Lighthouse
Thursday, December 8th 2016A $32,000 grant from the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund has strengthened Maine Department of Marine Resources’ ability to protect public health and preserve opportunity for Maine’s shellfish industry.
Tuesday, December 6th 2016U.S. sailor Rich Wilson had rounded the Cape of Good Hope at the bottom of South Africa and was heading towards Australia by Dec. 6 in the Vendée Globe race. Wilson, the only American in the single-handed round-the-world race, was in 17th position. Wilson's IMOCA 60 Great American IV was refit for the race at the Maine Yacht Center in Yarmouth.
Thursday, December 1st 2016The National Transportation Safety Board plans to open the docket Dec. 13, 2016, for its investigation into the sinking of the U.S. flagged cargo ship El Faro.
Wednesday, November 30th 2016Maine Chef Annie Mahle has added a new cookbook to her Sugar & Salt series. Sugar & Salt: A Year At Home and At Sea - Book Two is the second in a series of cookbooks featuring a collection of recipes, crafts, thoughts, and stories from Chef Annie's adventurous life on the coast of Maine. More than just a cookbook, Sugar & Salt is a story of a lifestyle that is seasonal and sustainable.
Friday, November 11th 2016Bad news for all of us who love Maine’s small but tasty northern shrimp. In response to the depleted condition of the northern shrimp resource, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's Northern Shrimp Section extended the moratorium on commercial fishing for the 2017 fishing season.
Tuesday, November 1st 2016An escalation of trap cutting incidents in recent weeks between Cape Rosier and Schoodic Point prompted a $15,000 reward from Operation Game Thief for information that will help Marine Patrol in its investigation.
Thursday, October 6th 2016Robin Alden, founding executive director of the Penobscot East Resource Center, Maine’s center for coastal fisheries based in Stonington, Maine, is one of a dozen individuals nation-wide selected as “White House Champions of Change for Sustainable Seafood.”
Friday, September 30th 2016Construction is underway at Lyman-Morse Thomaston on a 65’ sailing yacht designed by Stephens Waring Yacht Design of Belfast, Maine.
Wednesday, September 21st 2016Epifanes Yacht Coatings and Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Magazine teamed up to unveil the first-ever Concours d’Epifanes at the recent 14th Annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show, which is held every August in Rockland, Maine.
Tuesday, September 20th 2016Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine was honored with six awards, including being named a finalist for magazine of the year, at the 36th annual International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA) awards dinner September 19.
Thursday, September 15th 2016Front Street Shipyard in Belfast has begun work on the first in a series of center console power catamarans for Brevilla Boat Co., and Brooklin Boat Yard has begun construction of a custom 91-foot cold-molded sloop.
Thursday, September 15th 2016Sixth generation Hodgdon family member, Audrey Hodgdon, appointed as the company's director of sales and marketing