Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors is celebrating our 35 year of publishing at a low-key event in Rockland on August 13, 2022. But due to issues with boat inventories, we are postponing our boat and home show until 2023.
The six-month program, a partnership between USHarbors and Divirod, will include five sites, with a primary focus on communities in Penobscot Bay: Camden, Rockport, Rockland, Tenants Harbor, and Belfast.
Little, who has written about art for Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors for close to three decades, was honored by the Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Foundation for his work making art accessible to general audiences.
Historic seafaring vessels will visit various ports in the lower Penobscot River basin from July 9-18, 2021. They will be honoring Maine’s rich maritime past in the waterfront towns that anchor the geographic area known as the 4-Port Loop.
The classic racing season will start with the Boothbay Harbor Yacht Club Regatta and Shipyard Cup Classics Challenge, July 24 and 25; followed by the Camden Classics Cup, July 29-31; the Castine Classic Yacht Race, August 5; and the Camden to Brooklin Feeder race on August 6. The Eggemoggin Reach Regatta, now in its 36th year and the regatta that started it all in Maine wraps up the Maine series on August 7.
Club locations are at Yarmouth Boat Yard on the Royal River, at Moose Landing Marina in the Sebago Lakes Region in Naples, at Fore Points Marina in Downtown Portland, at Sunset Marina in South Portland, and now in Boothbay Harbor at Linekin Bay Resort as well.