The Maine Windjammer Association
Maine Windjammer Association Newsletter
August 2017
 / VOLUME 17 / ISSUE 8
Windjammer Fleet sets Course for WoodenBoat

credit: WoodenBoat Publications

 

“Back to School” sales, bright, orange pumpkins and big, yellow school busses all herald the coming of fall.  In mid-coast Maine, fall also means it’s time for the annual WoodenBoat Sail-In. 

 

credit: Fred LeBlanc
September breezes make for excellent sailing!

 

credit: Meg Maiden
On September 12, from 4-5:30 pm, windjammer guests and spectators will enjoy an afternoon of steel drum music by Flash in the Pans.

 

credit: Robert Dennis
The secret ingredient to steamed mussels? White wine of course!

 

Every September, WoodenBoat opens its doors to the Maine Windjammer Association so that windjamming guests can explore the grounds, the store and the school, and learn about the history of traditional wooden boats.  On Tuesday, September 12, this all takes place on Brooklin’s rugged shoreline with scrumptious local food on offer and live music by Flash in the Pans to encourage guests dance the afternoon away.

 

Windjammers are scheduled to arrive at WoodenBoat between 2 and 3 o'clock, with music and onshore festivities taking place from 4:00-5:30. For more information about the WoodenBoat Sail-In, visit www.sailmainecoast.com or call 800-807-WIND.


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