Issue 162 Table of Contents
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Winter and a few of my favorite things
Boatyard Dogs - Susie and Benji – Issue 162
Letters to the Editor - Issue 162
Historic yachts, whales, and awards
A Focus on Boats & Service
Bayside and Temple Heights
University of Maine: 3Dirigo
Bridges Point Boat Company
The Backyard Boat: Gloucester Gull
Chase Small Craft: Calendar Islands 18
Hinckley Company: Sou’wester 53
Southport Boats: Southport 30 FE
MJM: 53z Rides the Boomer Wave
Bruckmann Yachts: Abaco 47
Sabre Yachts: 58 Salon Express
Past, Present & Future Aboard America
Lobsterboats of 2019
Welcome Downeast — Issue 162
Sea Smoke and Steam Devils
The Maine I Love — Leslie Harlow
What's Online @ maineboats.com
END OF AN ERA - NOAA to phase out traditional paper charts beginning next year
SUPERFAST 3D PRINTING - Time-lapse of the World's Largest 3D Printed Boat
SPRING BOAT SHOW GUIDE - Click here to see what spring shows our advertisers will be attending. (PDF)
MEET THE MAKERS - Click here to shop with Maine’s talented artists and craftspeople. (PDF)
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.
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