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Issue 93 Table of Contents

February-March 2007

Departments

  • Publishers Letter
  • In The Lee of the Boathouse
  • Boatyard Dog
  • Mainely Gourmet
  • AWANADJO ALMANACK
    The healthy seeds of small-town life By Rob McCall

    A POSTCARD IN TIME
    A nice place, a rotten little saloon
    By Peter Spectre

    A LETTER FROM MATINICUS
    The Marine Operator is Holding Traffic for You
    By Eva Murray

    REVIEW
    Afloat and Ashore by Roger F. Duncan,
    Illustrations by Earl Barlow
    Reviewed By Janet Mendelsohn

    GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO
    Bucksport
    By Ben Ellison

    Features

    Environmentally Conscious Timber-Frame House
    Recycled timber, solar heat, and plenty of room for a family.
    By Robert Lloyd Webb Click here to view the article online.

    Benjamin Mendlowitz, Marine Photographer
    The subjects are beautiful, classic boats. The results are splendid photographs enhanced by technical excellence and an artistic eye.
    By Peter Spectre

    A George Savary Wasson Revival
    This artist, writer, sailor, and historian dedicated his life to chronicling the maritime culture of the coast of Maine.
    By Carl Little

    BOATS OF THE YEAR 2006
    Our annual survey proves that Maine and the region’s excellence in boatbuilding has global appeal.
    By Jennifer McIntosh

    Phoenix, Artisan Boatworks, by Polly Saltonstall
    Aphrodite, Brooklin Boat Yard, by Art Paine
    Hinckley T38R Convertible, by Art Paine
    Windcrest, Hodgdon Yachts, by Charles J. Doane
    Morris Yachts M42, by John Snyder
    Banks Cove Power Cat, by John K. Hanson, Jr.
    Portland Pudgy, by Gretchen Piston Ogden
    Godspeed and Spirit of Bermuda, Rockport Marine, by Art Paine
    Freya, Vinalhaven High School, by Kris Osgood

    The Flying Fingered Solo Swimmer
    A new definition of Renaissance Man, Gary Sredzienski is a professional accordion player who swims the coastal creeks and harbors in winter, and finds peace in the deep.
    By Janet Mendelsohn

    Seaweed Beyond Sushi
    The future of seaweed aquaculture involves polyculture—seaweed farms and salmon farms in symbiotic embrace.
    By Catherine Schmitt

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