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Issue 96 Table of Contents

Autumn 2007

The current issue of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine is on newsstands now. To order a copy, call 800-565-4951. Selected departments are available online, click here and see the links in blue below.

Table of Contents


The Schooner Adventure's New Rig In this book excerpt, the author describes how he turned an also-ran into the racehorse of the coast. By Captain Jim Sharp

Brian White: Listening to the Art Voice Born in Maine, this heir to Langlais and Nevelson uses shells, glass, fabric, and other materials to create highly original artwork. By Carl Little| Photographs by Dennis Welsh

To The Islands If you live in the city and suffer from islomania—a passion for islands—there is only one thing for it: Get in your car and drive toward the northeast until you come to the coast; then find yourself a boat. By Franklin Russell

20 Years of Art Art Paine’s photographs, shaped by his knowledge as a sailor, boatbuilder, and designer, have graced the pages of this magazine for two decades. By John K. Hanson, Jr.

SPECIAL INSERT: Official 2007 Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show Program:
The official 32-page guide to this year's exciting lineup of show exhibitors and events. August 10-12, 2007, Rockland, Maine.

The Evolution of Morris Yachts Famous for building yachts that emphasize solid performance alongside understated elegance, Morris Yachts celebrates its 35th anniversary. By John Snyder

Damariscotta River Cape A modest timber-framed house that blends with the architecture of the region.. By Regina Cole | Photographs by Michele Stapleton

Castine: The Most Fought-Over Town in Maine Behind the tranquillity of today’s Castine lies an especially turbulent past. By Mimi Bigelow Steadman

  • A Letter from the Publisher
  • In The Lee of the Boathouse
  • Boatyard Dog®: Halley
  • Mainely Gourmet: Frontier Cafe, Cinema & Gallery
  • Review: Sailboat Racing: An Armchair Perspective
  • Gunkholing with Gizmo: Brooklin
  • AWANADJO ALMANACK The eagle needs a left and a right wing to fly. By Rob McCall

    A POSTCARD IN TIME A Two-Edged Sword By Peter H. Spectre

    A LETTER FROM MATINICUS Thinking about Fighting City Hall? Go Ahead and Try By Eva Murray

    SALTWATER FOODWAYS And This Little Piggy Went Sailing By Sandra L. Oliver

    MY BOAT, MY HARBOR Moonspinner, Goodbye By Iver S. Lofving

    OFF THE DRAWING BOARD A Racing Machine in Traditional Clothing By Art Paine

    Issue 96 Issue 96 | Autumn 2007 Volume 20 | Number 4
    On the cover: Castine, Maine. Photograph by Alison Langley.
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