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Harbor Features

A Tribute to a Maine Fisherman

A caring gesture from a waterfront community

McCurdy Smokehouse

The McCurdy smokehouse Museum tells the story of Lubec’s fishy past.

The Winter Wind Will Blow… And We Shall Have Snow

Reflections from offshore on the winter winds

An Island Childhood

Raising boys on a Maine island in a home built by a fishing legend.

The Coast Guard in Maine

A sense of purpose and a love of place for the Coast Guard in Maine.

A Beachcomber’s Guide to Lobster Gear

Deciphering the objects washed up along the beach

A Sturdy Maine Schooner

A National Historic Landmark, the Lewis R. French turned 150 this April. She is the oldest two-masted schooner in the country, and the oldest Maine-built schooner still sailing, and calling Maine home.

Launching a Boat and a Career

A sardine carrier and a photo collection

This Ocean-Focused Work Space Promotes Collaboration and Innovation

The New England Ocean Cluster seeks to promote ocean-related innovation through collaboration.

The Healing Power of Winter Paddles

Paddling in Maine waters during the winter can be an elixir for whatever ails you

Chatto and the Gift of a Treasured Island

Chatto: A treasured Maine island

The Do It Yourself Dock

It took two summers, but he managed to build his own dock, complete with pilings.

International ONE Designs

International One Designs have a long racing tradition in Northeast Harbor.

The History that Lies Beneath

A shipwreck and the tides of history.

A Year in the Life of a Lighthouse

In 1953, Betty Brown and her husband Dude spent a year as keepers of the Pond Island Lighthouse at the mouth of the Kennebec River.