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The Golden Mean
Finding the perfect sailboat for lake use takes some thought, especially if you want something fast that won’t hit too many rocks, and has room for company.
Moosehead Lake is 40 miles long and makes a great cruising destination if you have a small sailboat that can be launched from a trailer.
2015 Boston Whaler Rendezvous at the Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show
The first-ever Boston Whaler Rendezvous was a weekend-long celebration of all things Whaler at the 2015 Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show.
John Atkin's Ninigret
Some boats are better suited for older folks, while others work better for the younger set, as Bill Boyd and his son, Ben, learned when they each went looking for a boat.
Wooden Boat Love: It’s Alive and Well
Builders John O’Donovan and Patrick Dole bring youth and a love of wooden boats to their work.
A Great Looper
This powerboat was designed specifically for the “Great Loop”—up the East Coast, through the Great Lakes, down the Mississippi, and back up the coast to New York.
Enthusiasm: the Secret to Happiness
Internet pioneer and university professor Bob Metcalfe has owned the same 32-foot Ellis cruiser for 25 years. He explains why this sturdy vessel makes him happy.
Windjammers Along The Coast
Maine's windjammers: iconic symbols of the coast
Herreshoff Fish: A Good Catch
As a child, Ben Emory heard many wonderful stories about his parents’ Herreshoff Fish. He now owns one himself and considers it to be sailing perfection.
Off the Drawing Board - The W-22
Donald Tofias, the visionary behind some of the most gorgeous cold-molded wooden yachts built in Maine in recent years, is at it again with a new daysailer designed for shallow-water sailing.
A Dory Runs Through It
Jonathan Ives spent his childhood exploring the coast with his family in an old Banks dory. While exposed and small, the vessel was incredibly seaworthy.
Sabre’s New 66-Footer
Sabre Yachts is building its largest powerboat ever, a 66-footer that is designed to be easy to drive and luxuriously comfortable.
My Boat, My Harbor
Sardine Nights and the Red Sox at Seal Island
Paul Molyneaux learns about friendship, boats, and endurance during a row from Lubec to Grand Manan.
The son of a housewright, boatbuilder, and inspector of timber, John Haley Bellamy was born in the seaside community of Kittery, Maine. In addition to working on house carvings, he fashioned eagles that are considered icons of American folk art.