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Issue 167 Table of Contents

November/December 2020

Zena: Ready to lend a helping paw

Letters to the Editor — Issue 167
Letters to the Editor 167

Lots of Boat Action Despite Pandemic
Boat launchings, megayacht visitors, ocean activity

The Working Life of a Dory and its Harbor
Making a living in a small harbor and fishing from a dory.

Chatto and the Gift of a Treasured Island
Chatto: A treasured Maine island

One Island Library on a Mission
On the small island of Matinicus, with its 100 year-round residents, the library is a well-loved institution.

Tripp 45: A modern wood-composite daysailer
A new Bill Tripp design under construction at Rockport Marine features ultra-modern lines.

A Family Business
Seal Cove Boatyard is a family business with a long tradition of wooden boat care.

A Few Ideas for Winter Reading
From the bookshelf

Hinckley’s Phil Bennett
For nearly 50 years, Hinckley’s Phil Bennett has been helping people find the right boat to bring them joy on the water.

Trailer Makeover
A renovation transforms a rundown mobile home into an elegant living space.

Precisely Maine
Greta Van Campen and Mary Alice Treworgy practice a modern-day Precisionism in their paintings.

Tolerant voyagers
Tolerant voyagers

Drama on Ice
Waterville’s wintering eagles, back from the brink of extinction, provide an exciting show for birders.

Governor Baxter and the Making of a Historian
Maine State Historian Earle Shettleworth explains how early encounters with Gov. Percival Baxter inspired his career.

Pemaquid: If This Land Could Talk

Welcome Downeast
Maize, Thanksgiving & the coming Winter

From Farmhouse to Summer Retreat
Blue Hill's Curtis house and F.L. Olmstead

Glorious Summer Sailing
2020 yacht races in Maine.

Maine I Love—Ed Kenney
Photos by Ed Kenney


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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 167
Issue 167 | November/December 2020
Volume 33 | Number 6
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On the cover: Racing in the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta went ahead despite the COVID-19 shutdown. Here, Phalarppe, a wooden Concordia, holds off Thunderhead, a Philip Rhodes design, as they head to the finish.