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From the Publisher — Issue 155
Boatyard Dog® — Issue 155
Letters to the Editor — Issue 155
On the Town Dock — Issue 155
My First Boat: A Simple Smelting Punt
Once Trash, Now Treasure
Proposed New Rambler 38
Riding Out the Hurricane of 1938 in a Maine-Built Boat
The Promise of a House and the Future
Black & White
Flights of Fancy
New Murals Bring Life to Old Walls
Good Reads — Issue 155
Glamour, Glamping, and Grit at the 2018 Maine Boat & Home Show
Almanack 155 — Welcome Downeast
The Maine I Love - U.S. Senator Angus King
The Birds of Seal Island
What's Online @ maineboats.com
SHOW TIME: Did you miss the Maine Boat & Home Show in August? Check out our slide show.
BLOG: September saw some “big” visits to Maine, including the Queen Mary 2 ocean liner and the world’s longest sailing sloop. Read about them on our blog.
Issue 155 | November/December 2018
Volume 31 | Number 6
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On the cover: John Anderson works on a circa 1926 Q Boat that he restored in Warren, Maine. While he was able to salvage some of the original wood, he had to get new pieces of oak for the backbone, Spanish cedar for the planking below the water line, Sitka spruce for the deck and spars, and mahogany for the house. Most of the wood came from Americas Wood Company in Washington, Maine. See the story on boatbuilders and wood on page 35. Photo by Alison Langley.
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