Issue 133 Table of Contents
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SPECIAL SECTION: BUILDERS ALONGSHORE Our celebration of life alongshore in Maine features new boats, home projects, harbor activities and the people who make it all happen. Stories include some of the past year’s best boats and their builders along the waterfront; builders of art and homes; and a few other interesting projects.
Artisan Boatworks: Vim A 1957 classic rebuilt with modern touches BY DAVE GETCHELL, JR.
Brooklin Boat: Dreadnought Classic good looks combined with speed BY ART PAINE
Cottrell Boatbuilding: Two Moths Lil' Suzy and Lil' Suzy Too take flight BY CARL CRAMER
Front Street Shipyard: T33 A fast, nimble, high-tech patrol boat BY JOHN K. HANSON, JR.
D.N. Hylan: Bagatelle A pretty little weekend cruiser BY ART PAINE
Big, Bold, and Handsome Maine's lobster boats are getting bigger and bigger STORY & PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRIAN ROBBINS
Sabre Yachts: Salon Express 42 A performance power cruiser that's made in the USA BY JOHN SNYDER
Islesford Boatworks: Tubby Legs Teaching traditional boatbuilding skills BY POLLY SALTONSTALL
Morris Yachts: Ocean Series 48 GT Making an already nice boat even better BY ART PAINE
Lyman-Morse: e33LM A hybrid wood and fiberglass daysailer BY POLLY SALTONSTALL
Washburn & Doughty: Hayley Moran STORY & PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN SNYDER
Winterport Boat Yard: Trans Cat 26 The utility infielder of workboats BY DAVE GETCHELL, JR.
Hinckley: Talaria 43 Changing the way boats are used BY LAURIE SCHREIBER
￼MJM Yachts: MJM 50z Zing Fast, fuel-efficient, and quiet BY JOHN SNYDER
Roll Or Die The deeper lessons of PAUL MOLYNEAUX
Modern Rustic A son designs an efficient home for his parents BY DONNA GOLD | PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRIAN VANDEN BRINK
Architectural Sparkle Lowe Hardware takes custom work to a new level BY POLLY SALTONSTALL | PHOTOGRAPHS BY DONNA DALY
Maine’s First Summer Home Portland’s Victoria Mansion represents 19th-century opulence BY REGINA COLE
￼Stellar Art Stell Shevis approaches her second century with élan BY CARL LITTLE | PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALISON LANGLEY
Ties That Bind Early rope-making involved a long stretch BY LAURIE SCHREIBER
Resilient Shellfish Two kinds of wild oysters make a comeback BY CATHERINE SCHMITT
Watery Commute Down the road and across the bay to school BY PAIGE TAYLOR
A Postcard in Time Do What the Bears Do By PETER H. SPECTRE
A Letter From Home Why the Water Makes Us Happy By TERESA L. CAREY
Eye on the Coast Marine Art Show BY CARL LITTLE IN EVERY ISSUE
FROM THE PUBLISHER Boats to Dream On
BOATYARD DOGS® Rufus and Sierra
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR We welcome your comments, and we print them too!
VIEW FROM THE PORCH BY PETER BASS
AWANADJO ALMANACK BY ROB MCCALL
THE MAINE I LOVE PHOTOGRAPH BY NATE LEVESQUE
Volume 28 | Number 1
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On the cover: Last year’s launching at Islesford Boatworks included a pirate party and a flotilla of other boats, including Snowflake, a Cat’s Paw Dinghy designed by Joel White and built by Richard Dudman. Photo by Ryan Kushner
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