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Boats

Hewes & Company: Pedestrian Bridge

A luxury high-rise walkway has maritime origins.

Six River Marine: Custom West Pointer

A West Pointer adapted for lake cruising.

SW Boatworks: Star

A Calvin Beal 38 Special Edition goes green

Maine Maritime Museum: Mary E

Bath-built 1906 schooner returns home

An Island Boatyard

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

An Early Call to the Sea

Like many young boys, he dreamed of owning a Boston Whaler. Then the dream came true.

Where Broken Canoes Find New Life

Bruce Larson of Georges River Canoe specializes in building and restoring classic canoes.

Want to Try Foiling?

Hydrofoiling finds its way to Maine via paddleboards. An early rider shares her insights.

Boatyard Profile: Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works

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

The Penn Yan Named Penny An

A 1946 Penn Yan runabout has become a treasured family heirloom.

Speedy: The Boat That Moved Me

Vacations in Maine turned into something more permanent, thanks in part to a vintage Cruisers, Inc. Seafarer 202.

Reuel Parker Works New Magic

Reuel Parker has designed a classically inspired powerboat for shallow-water cruising. It is being built by Hylan & Brown.

Built in Maine

The 30-Ton Pinnace named Virginia was built in Maine in the 1600s, and its reproduction is being built now.

Iconic Sailing Classroom

Hurricane Island pulling boats are deliberately built to be challenging, as a way to teach teamwork. Former instructor Jeffrey Lewis explains.

An Amateur Refinishes His Metal Mast

An intrepid hobbyist learns how to refinish aluminum spars.