News of Maine's Coast and Islands
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The state is also uniquely situated because, unlike the port of Boston, Maine's major ports are directly connected to rail lines.
Capt. Will McLean recalls sailing the 134-foot steel brigantine Corwith Cramer in 15-foot seas.
Proposals for South Portland’s Portland Street Pier, a long time overnight station for local fishermen, range from the modest—adding parking spaces and giving the place a facelift—to the ambitious,
The Maine Department of Marine Resources has been awarded a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to improve the data used to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales.
The Penobscot Marine Museum, a history and arts museum with nationally-recognized collections, has named Karen E. Smith, as executive director.
Why banks and developers persist in financing and building projects in Miami is a mystery.
The state ferry service is concerned about a recent trend in which more emergency boat trips are made from the islands to the mainland, disrupting scheduled trips.