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Issue 118 Table of Contents

March 2012

The current issue of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine is on newsstands and in the mail now! To order your copy or to subscribe, just call us toll free: 800-565-4951. To whet your appetite, selected departments are available online: click here or use the links (in blue) below.

FEATURES

The Maine I Love Burnt Island: One photographer’s vision of the beauty of Maine’s landscape. PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER H. SPECTRE Click Here to view an online gallery of Peter's photos

Carving a Place in the Fox Islands: J. Murray Howe, II Japanese-influenced art and architecture on Maine coast islands? Have a look at this. BY MARGARET HOWE EWING | PHOTOGRAPHS BY C. JAMES SMITH

Thinking Big in Belfast: Front Street Shipyard When six veterans of the Maine marine industry decided to build a new boatyard in Belfast, they went all out. TEXT & PHOTOGRAPHS BY ERIC COLBY

A Boatbuilder’s Second Career Ralph Stanley, a boatbuilder and fiddle player of renown, also builds and repairs violins. BY ALESSANDRO VITELLI | PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOE DEVENNEY

Boats of the Year 2011 Our annual roundup of boatbuilding projects
from Maine and beyond.
BY JENNIFER WILSON MCINTOSH
The Isobel, Brooklin Boat Yard,
by Art Paine
Eastern 248 and North Shore 22, Eastern Boats and Grey Barn Boatworks,
by John Snyder
Saint Ayles Skiff, Hewes & Company,
by Greg Rössel
Aleria, Johanson Boatworks
by John Snyder
Benito, John’s Bay Boat Company
by Brian Robbins
Leadership 44, Morris Yachts
by Steve Callahan
Dark Harbor 12½, Northeast Boat
by Art Paine
Sabre 48 Salon Express, Sabre Yachts
by John Snyder
Bay Raider 17 and 20, Swallow Boats
by Art Paine
The Tessie Ann, Robinhood Marine Center
by Ben Ellison
Outboard Skiffs, Salt Water Workshop and Allied Boat Works
by Brian Robbins
DEPARTMENTS

PUBLISHER'S LETTER

BOATYARD DOG® Winslow

LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!

VIEW FROM THE PORCH Let us bask in our misguided glory, take the time to pack a proper shrimp roll, and smoke a stogie in honor of ever-more-powerful boats. BY PETER BASS

AWANADJO ALMANACK One of the things I love about winter is having time to think BY ROB MCCALL

A POSTCARD IN TIME Build a Boat, Gain Your Freedom BY PETER H. SPECTRE

A LETTER FROM AWAY Maine Forever Stays in My Mind BY INGRID CODE

MAINELY GOURMET The Lost Kitchen, Belfast BY KIM RIDLEY

GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Casco Passage BY BEN ELLISON

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 118 Issue 118 | March 2012 Volume 25 | Number 1 | Click image to expand
On the cover: A peek inside a Sabre 48 Salon Express. Photograph by Billy Black Click image to see a larger view.

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