Issue 151 Table of Contents
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Boatyard Dog® — Issue 151
Early Spring on the Water
True O(a)r Not?
New Owners Chart the Future at Derecktor Robinhood
Rosie the Modern-Day Riveter
Faces From An American Shipyard
The Small-Boat Water Tribe
The Small Reach Regatta
The Art of the Commission
Almanack 151 — Welcome Downeast
Way Back When — Killer Whale in Tenants Harbor
Seasonal Boat Dreams
Letters to the Editor — Issue 151
On the Town Dock — Issue 151
The Maine I Love — Jay Perrotta
What's Online @ maineboats.com
VOICE OF MAINE: Curious about the gritty, hardhat-wearing workers in their own backyard, Bath-based photographer Heather Perry and audiographer Hopper McDonough set out to document the faces and voices of Bath Iron Works.
VIDEO: People from away sometimes ask how Mainers who work on the water get stuff done when the ocean freezes. The Bangor Daily News had a video of oyster farmers using a chainsaw to get at their crop.
VIDEO: People who love wooden boats love Richard Pulsifer’s glorious Hampton launches. He retired last winter, but you can still see him at work in this video shot by some of the many Bowdoin College students who worked alongside him over the years.
Issue 151 | March/April 2018
Volume 31 | Number 2
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On the cover: Kirsten Flakne spent 30 years building museum exhibits before taking a job at Rumery's Boat Yard in Biddeford. She's one of a growing number of women working as boatbuilders.
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