Issue 165 Table of Contents
Hard work, but worth it
Milo and Zoe
Letters to the Editor — Issue 165
Significant builds, a new breed of ferry, and some goodbyes
Back to the Future in Round Pond
A Vintage Knockabout Design Finds New Life
Prowling the Coast in a Catboat
The Architects Build a House for Themselves
A Year in the Life of a Lighthouse
The Bygone Era of the Prim & Proper Bathing Suit
The Bateau: Forgotten Workhorse of Maine’s Rivers
From Sail to Power
The Maine I Love — Basha Burwell
In Search of the Perfect Boat
What's Online @ maineboats.com
Two bonus videos look at Maine’s historic logging biz: “From Stump to Ship”—a 27-minute film about a 1930’s logging operation and “The Last Log Drive”—a shorter, more recent film.
In a 1923 poem, Mrs. Elmenia P. Lurvey, a lighthouse keeper’s wife on Wood Island, Biddeford Pool, captured the work of all Maine lighthouse keepers.
Rick Klepfer wrote about the myriad boats he’s owned (page 19) and we have photos!
Check out our new “MBH&H at Home” video features at maineboats.com/video
Issue 165 | July/August 2020
Volume 33 | Number 4
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On the cover: This Camden Class sloop, which lives in Pulpit Harbor on North Haven, is the only known survivor of the original four built for Camden Yacht Club members in 1915. Artisan Boatworks in Rockport built a new one this year.
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