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Where Broken Canoes Find New Life
Bruce Larson of Georges River Canoe specializes in building and restoring classic canoes.
Want to Try Foiling?
Hydrofoiling finds its way to Maine via paddleboards. An early rider shares her insights.
The Penn Yan Named Penny An
A 1946 Penn Yan runabout has become a treasured family heirloom.
Speedy: The Boat That Moved Me
Vacations in Maine turned into something more permanent, thanks in part to a vintage Cruisers, Inc. Seafarer 202.
Built in Maine
The 30-Ton Pinnace named Virginia was built in Maine in the 1600s, and its reproduction is being built now.
Iconic Sailing Classroom
Hurricane Island pulling boats are deliberately built to be challenging, as a way to teach teamwork. Former instructor Jeffrey Lewis explains.
New life for an old family launch that has spent 71 years working on Casco Bay.
We crack the code of the symbols and text on container ships, with this look at the secret language of ships.
A Phoenix From the Ashes
Building a one-of-a-kind Holland 35 for a fisherman whose Holland 32 was destroyed by fire.
The Castine Class Endures
After 70 years, Castine Class sloops are still going strong.
Polly Sails Again
One man’s vision and dedication led to a seven-year effort to restore a classic 56' Nevins sloop that was built in 1945.
Back in the 1930s and 1940s, yacht designers began experimenting with aluminum. The first American all-aluminum yacht was built in Boothbay.
My First Boat: A Simple Smelting Punt
It was plain and it leaked, but a simple, nameless smelting punt provided much joy to two young boys during World War II in South Brewer.
Printed Boat Parts? You Bet.
As the world of 3D printing grows, boatbuilders find it’s a valuable tool.
A Lifelong Boatbuilder
At 98 years of age, Paul Chapman has not let age slow down his boatbuilding. He recently finished a 37' wooden boat.