Issue 169 Table of Contents
Boats that stand the test of time
Finn and Flash
Letters to the Editor — Issue 169
Marina sale, plastic spill & goat rescue
Drama in the Fog
Building boats the way they should be
Newfoundland Trap Skiff
Adaptation in the Age of the Pandemic
Yvonne Jacquette Finds Art in High Places
Whimsical Art Inspired by True Stories
The Secret Life of Periwinkles
This Ocean-Focused Work Space Promotes Collaboration and Innovation
Launching a Boat and a Career
Maine I Love — John K. Hanson Jr.
What's Online @ maineboats.com
Dog dockhand? You bet. Featured Boatyard Dog Finnegan helps haul in the lines of her people’s charter schooner when it leaves the slip. Watch her in action at maineboats.com/print/issue-169/finn-and-flash
We had heard that periwinkles come out of their shells when you sing to them. Skeptical but curious, we set out to see for ourselves. See what we learned at maineboats.com/video/2017/snail-whispering-coast-maine
Mainer Holly Martin is sailing around the world, along the way she’s posting videos of the trip. Are you stuck at home in the snow? You can find Holly and live vicariously, here: tinyurl.com/y5p6sgpr
Issue 169 | March/April 2021
Volume 34 | Number 2
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On the cover: Dolphin 24s, like Marionette shown here sailing in Eggemogin Reach, were designed following the rules of the Midget Ocean Racing Club. The idea was to have a rule for smaller racing boats, and to give sailors a safe boat for family outings.
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