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Issue 162 Table of Contents

January/February 2020

Winter and a few of my favorite things
On wintertime activities

Susie and Benji
Susie & Benji

Letters to the Editor - Issue 162
Our readers on books, boats, and the future

Historic yachts, whales, and awards
Historic yachts, whales and awards

A Focus on Boats & Service
From its perch on Somes Sound, the John Williams Boat Company focuses on refits, service, and storage.

Sarah Faragher
Painter Sarah Faragher relies on intuition—and the Maine landscape—in creating her canvases.

Bayside and Temple Heights
Bayside and Temple Heights, side-by-side enclaves of Victorian cottages, share surprisingly similar origins.

University of Maine: 3Dirigo
UMaine launches world’s largest 3D-printed boat.

Bridges Point Boat Company
The latest chapter for a classic sailboat

The Backyard Boat: Gloucester Gull
A journalist and surfer sets out to build a boat in his backyard.

Chase Small Craft: Calendar Islands 18
A kit boat skiff that can be rowed or sailed.

Hinckley Company: Sou’wester 53
A new Bill Trip III sailboat design for racing and cruising.

Southport Boats: Southport 30 FE
A family-friendly boat for daytrips and fishing excursions.

MJM: 53z Rides the Boomer Wave
The latest outboard cruising yacht from MJM.

Bruckmann Yachts: Abaco 47
A commission led to this larger version of the Abaco by Mark Ellis.

Sabre Yachts: 58 Salon Express
Sabre's new boat fills the gap between their 48- and 66-foot models.

Past, Present & Future Aboard America
Replica steamship is a blend of new and vintage parts.

Lobsterboats of 2019
A look at some working lobsterboats from Maine builders.

A trip to a gem on the downeast coast.

Welcome Downeast — Issue 162
Geraniums in a winter window and other signs of hope.

Sea Smoke and Steam Devils
A close and cold encounter with sea smoke.

The Maine I Love — Leslie Harlow
Leslie Harlow's view of Maine.


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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 162
Issue 162 | January/February 2020
Volume 33 | Number 1
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On the cover: The University of Maine's Advanced Structures and Composites Center has been at the forefront of 3D printing technology. This fall, the lab set up the world's largest 3D thermoplastics printer and produced the world's largest 3D printed boat, the 25-foot, 5,000-pound vessel shown here.