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Maine’s oldest known ship “photo”
An 1849 daguerreotype of the ship Tempest.
York is filled with historic as well as natural treasures.
Scallop research project featured an unusual partnership between scientists and fishermen.
The Strange Tale of Outer Baldonia
Avid sport fisherman Russell Arundel turned a tiny island off the coast of Nova Scotia into its own nation. What began as a lark ended up making headlines.
A Broadway Producer and the Boothbay 33
The story behind the Boothbay 33 and its Broadway theater connections.
A new generation keeps a sailmaking business in the family and moving forward.
A One-Horse Town?
Eve Murray takes stock of the horses of Matinicus.
Sea Smoke and Steam Devils
A close and cold encounter with sea smoke.
A trip to a gem on the downeast coast.
This riverfront downtown is once again bustling.
The Campobello Whale Rescue Team plays a key role in rescuing whales that have become entangled in fishing lines.
New DNA technology is enabling scientists to see the world in just a drop of water.
Slow Down for the Squirrels
The entrance to the South Freeport harbor may need to add the sign, “Slow, Squirrel Crossing.” The author explains why.
Sailing into the Past and Back
A chance encounter on the water leads to a week-long cruise into the past.
A busy island harbor and welcoming community.