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LM46: Easy Sailing, Modern Looks for Next-Gen Sailors
The Lyman-Morse 46 is a cutting-edge yet simple, relatively affordable, and easy-to-sail boat that will appeal to busy people who want a boat with soul.
Lured Cross-Country by a Classic Riva
A classic Riva runabout project leads to a road trip.
The York 18
The York 18 is a bigger, more modern take on the Herreshoff 12½.
Hewes & Company: Pedestrian Bridge
A luxury high-rise walkway has maritime origins.
Reuel Parker Works New Magic
Reuel Parker has designed a classically inspired powerboat for shallow-water cruising. It is being built by Hylan & Brown.
Custom Hood 57: A Collaborative Design
New Hood 57 express classic is the product of collaboration between two design firms and a Maine builder.
Off the Drawing Board: New Catboat project
A new project at Artisan Boatworks seeks to replicate a classic catboat, based in part on an old photo of a boat sailed by the client’s great-grandfather.
Back in the 1930s and 1940s, yacht designers began experimenting with aluminum. The first American all-aluminum yacht was built in Boothbay.
Proposed New Rambler 38
A new concept design for a center-console features an aluminum hull.
Lady Erin: A Workboat with Yacht Style
This owner wanted his new boat to look like a workboat, but work like a yacht.
Two Boats in One
The newly restored NY40 Marilee has the best of both worlds. She can carry either a gaff rig or Marconi rig depending on the weather and the racing competition.
Vintage British Racer Gets an American Makeover
A Maine builder played a key role in restoring a vintage British wooden racer.
A few easy rigging adjustments can make sailing so much easier.
One of the more intriguing sailing yachts launched this year in Maine is the 72-foot sloop Toroa, built at Brooklin Boat Yard.
Maine Design Benchmarks
Our yacht design critic Art Paine picks some of his favorite boats of the past three decades.