Friday, November 6th 2020The client owns a Taylor-designed, BBY-built racer that lives in Maine; he wants a second version to sail at his winter home in California.
Friday, October 16th 2020Folio’s annual awards program—spanning all corners of the magazine publishing industry—recognizes the very best in editorial and design. It’s the most comprehensive and prestigious awards program of its kind in the industry. Each year the contest draws close to 2,000 entries in about 50 categories.
Tuesday, September 22nd 2020SV Delos is a YouTube channel featuring the lives of Brian and Karin Trautman and their one-year-old daughter, Sierra. The Trautmans have been cruising the world in their 53 foot Amel Super Maramu ketch (built in 2000 in La Rochelle France) for a decade, covering 75,000 nautical miles during that time
Friday, September 18th 2020Twenty competitors tested their wheels in three days of sailing races on the runway at Loring Airforce Base
Friday, September 11th 2020Helping honor the Lees were the Schooner Heritage’s new owners Ben Welzenbach and Sean Grimes, long-time crew members, licensed captains and fellow mates abord the schooner for the past seven years.
Thursday, June 25th 2020The highlight of Sea Tow’s annual awards banquet and the most coveted award of the evening, the honor of Franchise of the Year is awarded annually to the Sea Tow location that most exemplifies the company’s high standards of service and operation, according to a new release from Sea Tow.
Friday, June 19th 2020In addition to Great Island, the company also acquired Sportsman Marina on the Alabama Gulf Shore, bringing its network of boating facilities to 100 across 22 states.
Wednesday, May 20th 2020Despite precautions, marina operators are doing everything they can to make boaters feel welcome. And Maine boatyards are bustling with work on new builds, refits, and other jobs.
Wednesday, April 29th 2020The largest in-the-water boat show north of Boston, the three-day event draws thousands of people to Rockland over the second weekend in August. We will be back next year.
Thursday, April 16th 2020This photo from the collection of the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport shows siblings Lincoln and Johanna Colcord around 1889 when their father, Lincoln Alden Colcord, was captain of the barkentine CLARA E MCGILVERY. Both the Colcord children were born at sea, Johanna in 1882 and Lincoln in 1883, as their father, like many from Searsport, Maine, was involved in the deep-sea shipping business.
Monday, April 13th 2020A Camden woman has started a Facebook page, Maine’s Working Waterfront – Seafood Connect, to connect fishermen directly with customers.
Thursday, April 9th 2020Lyman-Morse Technologies is building and donating Intubation aerosol boxes, which will protect nurses while intubating Covid-19 patients. The company’s fabrication division is building a metal structure for a similar purpose. Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding is using its Raise 3D printer to fabricate frames for face shields.