News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Long a staple for the swamps of the South, airboats are now finding their way into Maine waters.
Whether it’s to look at a boat or to buy one (or just spend a nice day out on the waterfront), the Maine Boat & Home Show, on the Rockland waterfront August 9-11, is the place to be.
“Whaling required intensive skills—chasing, harpooning and killing the whale…”
Portland’s waterfront is booming—new hotels, restaurants, pubs, a marina—so it’s no wonder the ferry serving Casco Bay’s islands is responding to that activity, says Hank Berg.
Oh, how we islanders long to drive our cars directly from the grocery store to our houses.
About 1,300 vessels have wrecked off Maine’s coast in recorded history…
Researchers estimated that a single abandoned pot had the potential to catch 50 blue crabs.
Post-mill Bucksport has participated in three significant planning efforts in the past four years…
In addition to building ships, Castine was the center of Penobscot Bay’s fishing industry from the early 1800s through the Civil War,