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2012 Special Events

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In this Issue
Boothbay Windjammer Days Kicks Off 50th Anniversary with “Jammers and Joggers” Land and Sea Race
History Spotlight: MWA Vessels That Served in WWII
Maine’s Flora: an Unexpected Delight
Turn Off the Lights, Here Come the Stars!
The Tiny Little Ship That Could: Mistress
Specialty Cruises: Nature Lovers love Maine’s Windjammers!
Fresh From the Galley: National Salad Month
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Boothbay Windjammer Days Kicks Off 50th Anniversary with “Jammers and Joggers” Land and Sea Race

For 50 years, the Boothbay Harbor Chamber of Commerce has celebrated Maine’s fleet of windjammers every summer with fun events, a parade of sail and fireworks. This year, they’re kicking off the event with a “Jammers and Joggers” land and sea race featuring the schooner Timberwind.
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History Spotlight: MWA Vessels That Served in WWII
This Memorial Day, the Maine Windjammer Association salutes all veterans. As we pause to remember their service, we also note that several of our member vessels have a special connection with the veterans of WWII.
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Maine’s Flora: an Unexpected Delight
Don’t know the difference between a pine, spruce and a balsam fir? Well, the Captains do, and they’re glad to share that information!
[FULL STORY]
 
Turn Off the Lights, Here Come the Stars!
It may be hard to believe but far away from nightclubs, movie theaters and the perpetual glow of bright city lights, Maine’s windjammer passengers have the best night time activity anywhere, and all they have to do is look up!
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The Tiny Little Ship That Could: Mistress
Carrying only six passengers, Mistress is the smallest vessel in the Maine Windjammer Association fleet. Built on Deer Isle, Maine, in 1960, she is the perfect blend of a traditional schooner and private yacht.
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Specialty Cruises: Nature Lovers love Maine’s Windjammers!
Life is most abundant where the ocean meets the shore and Maine’s windjammer passengers find that Mother Nature never disappoints. That’s why every coastal cruise aboard a Maine Windjammer Association vessel promises wildlife galore.
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Fresh From the Galley: National Salad Month
In honor of National Salad Month and with the crisp salad greens just beginning to sprout, we’re bringing you three salad recipes.
[FULL STORY]
 


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