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Farewell to one of boating’s giants
Farewell to Meade Gougeon
Considerations for boats and the peer-to-peer rental model.
Research for a novel takes an author out to sea in search of lobsters and understanding.
Bermuda 40 Nostalgia
There’s a reason why Hinckley Bermuda 40s remain in high demand even after decades of use: they are versatile, capable, and elegant.
The man: a 64-year-old real estate agent. The challenge: row 125 miles from Cape Cod to Portland, Maine, in 72 hours. Did he make it? Read the story!
An expansion of builder Bertram Frost’s yard, Jonesport Shipyard has become an all-in-one stopping point for both pleasure and commercial boaters.
One of the more intriguing sailing yachts launched this year in Maine is the 72-foot sloop Toroa, built at Brooklin Boat Yard.
An Affinity For the Classics
If you like nice boats, you might also like this vintage Porsche, a 1960 356 B Roadster.
She Built Her Own Canoe
She wanted to join the club of people who build things with their hands so she signed up for a boatbuilding class.
Passing the Torch
The next generation brings a new touch to family-run Maine boatyards.
Classic Boat Shop
Classic Boat Shop on Mount Desert Island has found a niche with the construction of Pisces 21 daysailers.
Maine Design Benchmarks
Our yacht design critic Art Paine picks some of his favorite boats of the past three decades.
Real estate broker Terry Sortwell uses his Holland 38 for both work and play.
John's Bay Boat Company Launches "Rhum"
John's Bay Boat Co. launches new powerboat "Rhum"
Back When “Working Waterfront” Meant Just That
Photojournalists preserved these scenes from the midcoast Maine working waterfront during the 1940s through 1970s.