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Issue 181 Table of Contents

March/April 2023

A tiny dog with a big zest for life

Letters to the Editor — March/April 2023
Lobster pots, land preservation, IOD rock stars

Mushroom buoys & a hybrid ferry
Innovative projects, scientific studies, and a wayward seal pup

Summer Memories and a Family Cottage
This summer cottage anchors family, history, and simple living

History and Humbleness in the 8-Foot Dinghy Sea Weed
The joy of a humble fiberglass skiff

A Passion for Building in Wood
Boatbuilder Peter Buxton specializes in wood

Navier 30
Into the future on a hydofoiling electric speedster

A Family of Master Ship Carvers and Their Art
A family of 19th century Portland ship carvers were masters of a lost art

Judy Taylor
This artist captures the lay of the land, sea, and shore in Maine and around the globe

The Fine Art of Plugging Leaks
An excerpt from "Sailing at the Edge of Disaster"

Chasing Liquid Mountains
Around the world in 40 feet with Brian Harris, the general manager at Portland’s MYC

Solving the Puzzle of Maine’s Moving Coastline
Solving the puzzle of Maine’s moving coastline and climate change is complicated

A midcoast town with a big heart

Awanadjo Almanack — March/April 2023
Stacking wood, turning toward spring, and so many birds

Casting Off: An artist’s journey
Adieu to illustrations from Australia

Summer Planning
By the potbellied stove

The Maine I Love — Cynthia Fitzmorris
A Southern Maine photographer

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 181
Issue 181 | March/April 2023
Volume 36 | Number 2
Click the cover image above to view the digital edition online.
On the cover: Built at Lyman Morse, the Navier 50 is a cutting edge hydrofoil powered by electric engines. The boat is shown here on a test drive off Rockland last fall.