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July 2013
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June 2013
June 27, 2013
Vol. 12 Issue 6
May 2013
May 21, 2013
Vol. 12 Issue 5
April 2013
April 30, 2013
Vol. 12 Issue 4
March 2013
March 27, 2013
Vol. 12 Issue 3
February 2013
February 27, 2013
Vol. 12 Issue 2

Lobster Bake with Every Cruise!

credit: Courtesy Isaac H. Evans
The captains of the Maine Windjammer Association agree – no one should leave Maine without enjoying Maine’s signature crustacean, aka lobstah! That’s why every windjammer cruise – without exception – features a lobster feast.
Great Schooner Race Recap
Fourth of July festivities for guests and crew included fireworks and small-boat racing in Gilkey Harbor, followed by a glorious day of sailing in the 37th annual Great Schooner Race. Check out photos and results…
Smithsonian Features the Maine Windjammer Fleet
Recognizing the importance of Maine’s windjammers to American maritime history, the Smithsonian is working with Rockland photographer Doug Mills to create The Maine Windjammer Project to preserve a photographic record of Maine’s historic windjammer fleet.
Windjammer of the Month: Stephen Taber!
From the time he was six, Captain Noah Barnes has been plying the waters of Penobscot Bay aboard the Stephen Taber and loving every minute!
Favorite Anchorage: Schooner Nathaniel Bowditch
A favorite anchorage along Maine’s coast? How about two?!
Fresh from the Galley: Lobster Leftovers!
Leftover lobsters hardly count as leftovers, as these recipes will attest.
End of the Day
The sun sets after another glorious day on Maine’s coast.
Reader's Choice 2013 Voted #1
New England Attraction's Reader's Choice Awards 2013
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
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