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Boats

Waterfront Makeover

Lyman-Morse's rebuilt facility in Camden has risen, like a phoenix, after a devastating fire

Unique wooden lobsterboat

Doug Dodge has spent the last decade perfecting a wooden lobsterboat that he hopes will be the fastest in its class

Still Boating After All These Years

At 103 and 96, respectively, Herb and Ruth Weiss are experienced cruisers

Atlantic Boat Finds a Niche Building Launches

Atlantic Boat finds a niche building launches and water taxis

Boating Simplified: A Sailor takes to Canoes

A long-time sailor discovers the hassle-free joy of canoeing.

Ode to the Boatyard Truck

The boatyard truck is all about getting the job done.

The Joy of Sailing with Friends and Family

Discovering the rewards of a different kind of adventure.

Dark Harbor 20

Designed by Olin Stephens, Dark Harbor 20s, fast, easy to handle, and lovely, have been racing on Penobscot Bay for 85 years.

An Ode to a Puffin

The special joy of a Puffin rowboat.

An Inventor’s Hi-Tech Rowing Shell

R. Buckminster Fuller's rowing needles

Boatbuilding on a Smaller Scale

Robert Rice has become the custodian of his family’s boatbuilding history. He also builds boat models.

The Hunt for a Bigger, Better Boat

A cancer diagnosis inspires the search for a bigger boat, and the hunt is never easy.

Cottrell Whitehall: Rowing Elegance

Cottrell Boatbuilding, classic small rowing boats

A Cruise Down Memory Lane on a Special Boat

A cruise on a boat built by her father brings back great memories and makes new ones.

The Rachel Finds Her Lost Soul

A cherished family sailboat is rebuilt in Canada.