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Wells: A Day in Maine’s Low Country

A haven for antiques hounds, Wells also offers access to beaches and a preserved salt marsh.

Edward Robinson’s Pictorial Legacy

Early photographs of Monhegan capture a vanishing way of life.

Fast and Lovely

Members of an early yacht racing club on Mount Desert brought some of the most beautiful one-designs ever built to Maine waters.

A Beachcomber’s Guide to Lobster Gear

Deciphering the objects washed up along the beach

Maine’s Proud History of Building Boats

Mainers have built thousands of boats and ships in the last 200 years. Four are the state’s signature types, wherever they are found: the canoe, the peapod, Friendship sloops, and lobsterboats.

Bend in the River

A trip to Ireland, fly fishing, and memories.

Southport

Take a tour of Southport Island

Great White Sharks in Maine

Data shows great white sharks, once on the verge of disappearing, are making a comeback along the Maine coast.

Bowdoin turns 100

A century after it was built to explore remote Arctic regions, the schooner Bowdoin still sails northward, although now the passengers are mostly students.

Doing What Came Naturally

A familiar face in the marine world, Bentley Collins helped grow Sabre and its sister company Back Cove Yachts into premier boatbuilders.

Grand Lake Stream

The small town of Grand Lake Stream has a worldwide reputation for its lodges, fishing, and hunting.

Journey’s End for a Remarkable Wild Goose

The circle of life comes to an end for a remarkable wild goose.

Every Boat Has a Story

The stories behind two classic boats that once called Moosehead Lake home.

A Sturdy Maine Schooner

A National Historic Landmark, the Lewis R. French turned 150 this April. She is the oldest two-masted schooner in the country, and the oldest Maine-built schooner still sailing, and calling Maine home.

George Hathaway

Portland’s prolific marine artist, George Hathaway, got his start painting furniture.