Friday, October 6th 2017For the first time, an all-women team of sailors from Maine won first place for all-female finishers in the 2017 J/24 World Championship in Mississauga, Canada. Other Mainers also did well in the event, including a team from the Harraseeket Yacht Club that placed first in the youth division.
Monday, October 2nd 2017The folks at Lyman Morse have put together an impressive panel of naval architects and designers to talk about yacht design. The event will take place Saturday Oct. 21.
Tuesday, September 26th 2017An extensive bloom of the phytoplankton Karenia mikimotoi in the Casco Bay region is being monitored by the Maine Department of Marine Resources.
Tuesday, September 19th 2017The Maine Department of Marine Resources is in the process of recalling mussels harvested from Frenchman Bay as a result of a toxic algae bloom, and the state agency also has closed a large area to further harvesting.
Friday, September 15th 2017The Maine Coastal Program, a Division of the Maine Department of Marine Resources, announces the award of $141,879 to six coastal municipalities. These awards will provide support for harbor management, waterfront infrastructure planning and design, and public access.
Friday, September 15th 2017A Lamoine-based lobsterman has been charged with fishing violations under a tough new fishing law that could result in substantial penalties, including a three-to-10-year suspension of his license.
Thursday, September 14th 2017The Hinckley Company has unveiled what it is billing as the world’s first fully electric luxury powerboat. At 6,500 pounds this is the lightest Hinckley yacht ever built.
Monday, September 11th 2017A new six-part audio series called Salts & Water offers a unique and creative opportunity for listeners to experience the people and places along Maine’s coast.
Monday, September 11th 2017Mainers from Kittery to Calais will be volunteering their time September 16th to 23rd for the annual Maine Coastweek Coastal Cleanup.
Friday, August 4th 2017Summertime, and it’s time to go boating. If you are looking for a boat or just want to look at boats, the Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show on the Rockland waterfront August 11-13, 2017, is the place to be. Celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, the show will feature close to 150 boats, large and small, luxurious and down-to-earth, displayed both on land and in the water. Advance tickets available online.
Friday, August 4th 2017A painting by noted marine artist Fitz Henry Lane of a schooner carrying lumber from Maine to Massachusetts has been donated to the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport.
Friday, July 21st 2017The 2017 Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors Show will host a “Small Boat Love-In” during the show August 11-13 in Rockland, Maine. The groovy gathering will celebrate the large joys of all small boats, and especially of one of Maine's most iconic, the Corson.
Tuesday, July 18th 2017A Hinckley yacht made it all the way to the White House this week, representing products made in Maine as part of a White House initiative to showcase products that are made in America.
Monday, July 17th 2017A fleet of more than 40 boats will set sail off Camden on July 27-29 in the second annual Camden Classics Cup, a benefit for LifeFlight of Maine. The racing will include a special class for Sparkman & Stephens designed Dolphin 24s, and a youth regatta for racers between the ages of 12 and 17 years of age, sailing in 420s.
Thursday, July 13th 2017The 2017 Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors Show is having a “Small Boat Love-In” at the Maine this August 11, 12 at the Rockland show. Among other boat types, the show is celebrating Maine iconic small motorboat, the Corson.
Tuesday, July 11th 2017Yachting Solutions in Rockland, and Spring Point Marina in South Portland, will receive $1.8 million in federal grant funds to help them expand docking space and thus serve more boaters travelling along the Maine Coast.
Tuesday, June 27th 2017Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Magazine and Downeast Books have teamed up to publish an anthology of the magazine's Boatyard Dog columns. Left Bank Books in Belfast us celebrating the book Friday, June 30 at 7 p.m. MBH&H Publisher John Hanson and Editor Polly Saltonstall will be on hand to tell how this funny, endearing book came into being.
Monday, June 5th 2017MBH&H is paging all pooches. Would you like to compete? Does your tail wag faster when you dream of cold ocean water? Does the applause of the crowd entice you to strut your stuff? If so, you might be just dog enough to compete in the World Championship Boatyard Dog Trials.