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Kezar Lake has long been a destination for summertime rusticators.
EEL of Fortune
Salmon farming may be just the tip of Maine’s move into aquaculture. The latest trend: growing elvers into big fat eels.
Want to Try Foiling?
Hydrofoiling finds its way to Maine via paddleboards. An early rider shares her insights.
A Seal Cove craftsman hooks fishermen with reproduction vintage wooden fishing lures.
The Unsinkable Water Strider
This agile little insect can walk on water.
Fish, Nature & Tradition
Three sporting camps: Grant’s, Lakewood, and Bosebuck Mountain, have been luring “sports” to western Maine for over a century.
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.
Boat Launches Back in the Day
The 1903 launch of the four-masted schooner Pendleton Brothers.
Once home to busy shipbuilders, South Portland now bustles with new activity, from the arts to food and breweries.
Richmond Island’s Pot of Gold
The story behind a pot of gold and silver coins found years ago on Richmond Island is a fascinating tale of early Maine.
Built in Maine
The 30-Ton Pinnace named Virginia was built in Maine in the 1600s, and its reproduction is being built now.
Research Along Maine’s Long Wild Edge
Maine is home to 18+ marine labs and field stations making the state a leader in efforts to understand and teach about the marine environment.
Iconic Sailing Classroom
Hurricane Island pulling boats are deliberately built to be challenging, as a way to teach teamwork. Former instructor Jeffrey Lewis explains.
Pea Soup Fog & One Tough Fisherman
A tale of fog and a tough fisherman father.