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Classic Maine Plastic
Hang around just about any Maine boat ramp and the odds are good that a Corson runabout will show up sooner or later. Like lobsters and blueberries, they are a boat with as much “Maine-ness” as maple syrup and whoopie pies.
An Artistic Flatboat
Two Maine-based artists have built a shanty-style housefloat and plan to motor it down the Mississippi, creating art as they go.
One family’s love affair with a Pipe Dream
One family's years of sailing in a Pipe Dream sloop.
Ice, snow, cold: these are minor inconveniences, say the growing number of people choosing to live year-round on their boats in Maine.
Oh No! When Lead Meets Granite
We’ve all been there: perched on deck, looking over the rail at the rocks below, and wondering WHAT just happened.
A 61-foot scallop dragger returns to its working boat roots.
Brooklin Boat Yard: Northern Rose
A double-ended sailboat, inspired by K. Aage Nielsen, designed by Joel White, and completed by Brooklin Boat Yard.
The 28-foot-long Shanty Cat features a small house on a stable catamaran hull.
Hamlin’s Marine: Edendriver 17
Hamlin Marine’s new Edendriver 17 combines practical downeast character with South Carolina elegance.
Front Street Shipyard: Berilda
Front Street Shipyard's extensive makeover of the 126-foot Feadship Berilda brought modern touches to the classic superyacht.
Maine Cat Catamarans: Maine Cat 38
Maine Cat’s latest catamaran is light and strong at 38 feet, thanks to the company’s unique thermoformed-core build process.
Wesmac Custom Boats: Otter
Wesmac Custom Boats of Surry built a new lobsteryacht to be used as a ferry between Isle au Haut and Stonington.
Back Cove Yachts: Back Cove 32
The new Back Cove 32 is both practical and elegant.
Maine Yacht Center: Great American IV
Maine Yacht Center refitted the hi-tech IMOCA 60, Great American IV, for Rich Wilson who is competing for the second time in the grueling Vendée Globe, a 28,000-mile solo circumnavigation.
French & Webb: Webfoot
French & Webb’s new FW39 Webfoot is a 39’ cold-molded powerboat with a hull form reminiscent of the Maine lobsterboat and "sailorly" touches throughout.