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New Owners Chart the Future at Derecktor Robinhood
New owners and a new name start a new chapter for Derecktor Robinhood in Georgetown.
A few easy rigging adjustments can make sailing so much easier.
True O(a)r Not?
Could oars have been invented by a fisherman who no longer wanted to swim out to his boat?
Early Spring on the Water
Cast aside the winter blues and go rowing!
Our first boat holds a special place in our heart. Bruce Lewis’s was a Century Palomino.
Travels with Raven
Photographer Peter Ralston’s sturdy 37’ Repco cruiser Raven has taken him where he has needed to go, spiritually as well as physically, for decades.
Atlantic Class Sloops
Atlantic Class sloops are still thrilling sailors after all these years.
A Tale of Two Tough Tugboats
Back in the days of log drives on lakes and rivers, tugs played a key role, towing acres of wood.
Wives, mothers, and skippers
For two women who lobster professionally, it was time to upgrade to bigger boats.
On the Working Waterfront: A Big Year of BIG BOATS
Maine lobstermen are ordering ever bigger and faster boats as they chase their catch farther offshore.
A Design Reborn
The Dark Harbor Tender was fast, pretty, and seaworthy—all reasons for reviving the design
To Quebec by Bateau
Quebec here we come: Recreating the 1775 Arnold Expedition up the Kennebec and through the Maine wilderness.
Gamage Shipyard has been in business for 150 years. Today, under new ownership, the yard is investing in new infrastructure as it looks to the future.
Coming Home Salty
A mother and son learn how to sail a Beetle Cat.
Sailing the Ocean Blue
Being wheelchair-bound doesn’t mean you cannot go to sea.