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Boats Of The Year

Along The Shore

And the winning boat names are...

The top four vote-getters in the "How Did You Name Your Boat Contest."

Welcome Downeast

A spring collection of shadbush, hummingbirds, mourning cloak butterflies, and pastures.

Grand Lake Stream

The small town of Grand Lake Stream has a worldwide reputation for its lodges, fishing, and hunting.

Journey’s End for a Remarkable Wild Goose

The circle of life comes to an end for a remarkable wild goose.

Every Boat Has a Story

The stories behind two classic boats that once called Moosehead Lake home.

A Sturdy Maine Schooner

A National Historic Landmark, the Lewis R. French turned 150 this April. She is the oldest two-masted schooner in the country, and the oldest Maine-built schooner still sailing, and calling Maine home.

George Hathaway

Portland’s prolific marine artist, George Hathaway, got his start painting furniture.

Michael Vermette

Michael Vermette has become one of Maine’s foremost plein air painters. His most recent subject was the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

Tall tales and a trip down the Allagash

Photographer Dan Tobyne has written a book about the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. In this excerpt he recounts a trip down the Allagash.

The Essence of Summer

The search for a good rowboat for a Maine summer camp led to the perpetuation of a remarkable one-off design known as the Pine Island Skiff.

Articles from our sponsors

Downeast Lakes Land Trust

Protecting land, public access, and a way of life

Friends of the Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge

The Friends of the Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge was founded to support the Refuge in its efforts to conserve, preserve and enhance the rich diversity of coastal habitats, seabirds and other wildlife.

The Nature Conservancy: Ensuring a Healthy Future for the Gulf of Maine

The Gulf of Maine, chilled from arctic currents and rich with plankton, has historically been one of the most productive fishing grounds on Earth-one that supports Mainers, providing food for our tables and jobs for our neighbors.

Maine Coast Heritage Trust: Preserving the Coast

From the deck of a sailboat, Margaret “Peggy” Rockefeller fell deeply and completely in love with the Maine coast.