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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 May 2007   VOLUME 6 ISSUE 5  
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In this Issue
Early Season Sailing: Why June is a Great Month for a Windjammer Vacation
Meet Captain Kip Files of the Victory Chimes
Cruise of the Month: Weekend Getaway Cruises on the schooners Grace Bailey and Mistress
Fresh from the Galley
End of the Day
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Vol. 6 Issue 1
Early Season Sailing: Why June is a Great Month for a Windjammer Vacation


After months of anticipation, windjammer captains and crew are anxious to get out on Penobscot Bay. Above, schooners Heritage and Stephen Taber cross paths, as they will many times throughout the season. Find out why June in Maine is a sailor's dream…
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Meet Captain Kip Files of the Victory Chimes
Get to know the captains of the Maine Windjammer Association! Featured this month is Captain Kip Files of the Victory Chimes.
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Cruise of the Month: Weekend Getaway Cruises on the schooners Grace Bailey and Mistress
This month, learn about the Grace Bailey and Mistress Weekend Getaways from Captain Ray Williamson.
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Fresh from the Galley
Nothing says Maine like lobster, and you’ll get your share on your windjammer vacation!
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End of the Day
Red sky at night, a sailor’s delight – the final moments of a summer sunset can be awe-inspiring.
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