The Maine Windjammer Association
Maine Windjammer Association Newsletter
September 2015
 / VOLUME 14 †/ ISSUE 8  
Highlights From September

credit: Nichole Wadsworth Schrafft
In early September, Captain John Foss set a course for Gloucester for the annual Schooner Festival where Schooner American Eagle took 2nd place in the Esperanto Cup Race.

 

credit: Captain Dennis Gallant
Guests and crew from Angelique pulled out all the stops to compete in the annual CWF Talent Show. They even carried the shipboard piano on stage.

 

credit: Captain Linda Lee
En route to WoodenBoat, the Schooner Heritage crossed paths with Victory Chimes.

 

Meg and Merrie prepare to cook the mussels at the WoodenBoat Sail-In. A secret ingredient goes in last!

 

credit: Captain Mike Rutstein, Marlinspike Magazine
Preparing to anchor, Schooner Mary Day arrives in Great Cove for the annual WoodenBoat Sail-In.

 

credit: Meg Maiden
More than a dozen windjammers turned out for the 29th annual Sail-In.

 

credit: Captain Mike Rutstein, Marlinspike Magazine
Itís hard to recall a finer September, as evidenced by this photo of Schooner Lewis R. French enjoying the perfect breeze.

 

Captain Brenda Thomas performed a September wedding ceremony aboard the Schooner Isaac H. Evans.

 

Captain Noah Barnes welcomed Channel 5 to sail aboard the Stephen Taber.

 

credit: Captain Dennis Gallant
Schooner Victory ChimesÖat the end of the day at the end of Eggemoggin Reach.

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