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September 2018
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New owners for Victory Chimes

photo: Richard Ball Photography
Victory Chimes sailing back to her home port in Rockland, Maine.

The schooner Victory Chimes, an American National Historic Landmark that sails from Rockland Maine, was sold at the end of August. Meet the new owner, Captain Sam Sikkema, a seasoned sailor, and hear how her owners of 28-years bid a nostalgic farewell.

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There’s still time to send photos for the 2018 MWA Photo Contest
How would you like to win a free Maine Windjammer Association cruise? You have one month left to submit the winning photo for the 2018 Maine Windjammer Association Photo Contest. The grand prize winner will pick out the cruise of his or her choice for the 2019 season. Submit photos between now and November 1.
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Fresh from the Galley – Sticky Buns and Coffee Cake
Nothing beats warm sticky buns and coffee cakes straight from the galley on a crisp fall day. Add them to a fall Maine Windjammer Association cruise and you have a winning combination. The next best thing to enjoying them on a windjammer is to start the day in your own kitchen with one of these hot and gooey treats. Enjoy these recipes for sticky buns and coffee cakes from the Maine Windjammer Association.
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Mussels and Music at WoodenBoat Sail-In
The final gathering of the year set a few milestones. Held for the 32nd year in a row, 2018 marked only the second time ever that the event was postponed due to weather. With 100-percent chance of teeming rain and high winds forecasted, the Maine Windjammer Association made the call to postpone the annual WoodenBoat Sail-In from the second Tuesday to the second Wednesday in September. Most agreed this was a good call after more than 5-inches of rainfall fell on the regularly scheduled day of the event.
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Reader's Choice 2017 Maine Windjammer Association voted #1 Maine Attraction, 2017, USA Today 1,000 Places to See Proud to be featured in New York Times bestseller: 1000 Places to See Before You Die Leave No Trace Preserving our nation's natural areas in partnerhip with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics Code of Excellence MWA Windjamming: The Way a Vacation Should Be!
 

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