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Issue 173 Table of Contents

November/December 2021

Ollie and Huckleberry

A Tale of Two Boatyards
Kittery Point Yacht Yard is a full-service yard with two locations.

The Zurn Daychaser 48 designed for concierge yachting
A new cruiser designed for Barton & Gray Mariners Club

Memories of a Perfect Anchorage
The joy of cruising the Maine coast and a special spot off Roque

Off to the Races in a Luders 16
Friday races in a boat named Romp

The Coast Guard in Maine
A sense of purpose and a love of place for the Coast Guard in Maine.

Early Photos Tell the Gritty Story of Maine’s Granite Industry
Early photos tell the gritty story of Maine’s granite industry

The Pretty Good House
Architect Emily Mottram’s work focuses on efficient, simple designs.

An Island Childhood
Raising boys on a Maine island in a home built by a fishing legend.

Siri Beckman
Printmaker Siri Beckman’s sense of place—and line—makes for memorable impressions.

An up and coming working harbor

Welcome Downeast
Migrating geese, an aggressive turkey, and light in the dark

The Winter Wind Will Blow… And We Shall Have Snow
Reflections from offshore on the winter winds

Some book ideas for winter reading
Novels, history, boating, and invention

Wayback Machines
Publisher's Letter 173

Letters Issue 173
Some praise, a question, and a shark

Joyful duck, whales, and lobsters
Science and research news, tide data, and a lifetime achievement award

The Maine I Love — Jonathan Laurence
Photographs from aboard fishing vessels

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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 173
Issue 173 | November/December 2021
Volume 34 | Number 6
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On the cover: In addition to patroling the coast in the summer, Coast Guard crews break up ice in harbors and rivers during the winter.