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Yards

A Family Business

Seal Cove Boatyard is a family business with a long tradition of wooden boat care.

British-born Builder Brings Back Classic Maine Designs

A former slaughterhouse worker from the UK and a Beals Island boatbuilding legend team up.

Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina

The marina caters to transient boaters, as well as a number of people who live aboard.

Back to the Future in Round Pond

Boatyard Profile: Padebco Boatyard

Boats Sales, Slips, and Service

Perched in a quiet inlet in Rockwood, Moosehead Marina is a major boating hub.

Esposito’s Welding and Fabrication

Crafting metalwork for commercial and recreational boats.

Bohndell Sails

A new generation keeps a sailmaking business in the family and moving forward.

Wood is the Word

At John’s Bay Boat, wood is the word.

A Focus on Boats & Service

From its perch on Somes Sound, the John Williams Boat Company focuses on refits, service, and storage.

New Energy and a New Owner Spark a Rebirth

New energy and owner spark a renaissance at Atlantic Boat.

Boatyard Profile: Washburn & Doughty

Washburn & Doughty keeps very busy building tugs, ferries and other large workboats.

An Island Boatyard

An island boatyard, begun in 1920, still thrives in Penobscot Bay

Boatyard Profile: Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works

Classic Lymans and other vintage wooden boats are restored at this Wayne, Maine, boatyard.

A Boating Hub for Casco Bay & Beyond

With a roomy new location and a big new lift, Portland Yacht Services is a boating hub.

Boatyard Profile: Strouts Point Wharf

Strouts Point Wharf in South Freeport has a 218-year tradition of building wooden boats.