News of Maine's Coast and Islands
For some fishermen, Maine’s aquaculture industry has been a thorny subject that includes concerns like navigational safety and environmental health.
In a world churning with change, there is a workshop in a cove in Georgetown where the strength of bronze has withstood the test of time. Spartan Marine makes the case that there are some things better left unchanged.
“An engineer … told me we just narrowly avoided catastrophic failure…” —Tora Johnson
The laboratory said the three different species were cut in about 1753.
Maine is one of two states—Massachusetts is the other—that has an official merchant marine flag. In 1939, the legislature created the Maine Merchant Marine Flag...
“You feel hopeless when one federal judge can change things with a stroke of a pen.” —Lee Watkinson
I was always careful about swimming in a crowded anchorage.
“Undiscovered is fine by me,” the writer notes, because it allows him to grab one of his motorcycles to…
Gardner thinks parking mothballed cruise ships would be only a small inconvenience and a revenue generator.