Issue 152 Table of Contents
From the Publisher — Issue 152
The Maine I Love - Judy Berk
Boatyard Dog® — Issue 152
Letters to the Editor — Issue 152
On the Town Dock — Issue 152
Seasonal Rites of Passage
Vintage British Racer Gets an American Makeover
The Humble Jon Boat
Moose Landing Marina
A Maine Sporting Tradition
4 Guys, 2 Canoes, and 1 Perilous Maine River Adventure!
The Heart of the Sea
Wayne: What a Find
Good Reads — Issue 152
Almanack 152 — Welcome Downeast
Way Back When — Issue 152
What's Online @ maineboats.com
ROWING VIDEOS: Rowing is a beautiful sport. Listen as Megunticook Rowing founder Ry Hills explains the sport. Then watch the Bates College women rowers win the 2017 NCAA Rowing Championship.
LAKE ACCESS: So you love lakes, but maybe you don’t own lakefront property. The state of Maine maintains hundreds of public boat launches, listed at www.maine.gov, under State Parks and Public Lands. Check out the list, hook up the trailer, pack a picnic, and go boating.
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Issue 152 | May/June 2018
Volume 31 | Number 3
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On the cover: Teenagers participating in a Megunticook Rowing program practice racing starts. Megunticook is among a handful of programs around the state that has seen huge growth as the sport of rowing takes off in Maine.
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