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August 2013
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July 2013
July 24, 2013
Vol. 12 Issue 7
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

Back to School Sales, Bright Yellow School Busses and the WoodenBoat Sail-In — Fall Must Be Here!

credit: WoodenBoat Publications

It wouldn’t be fall without the WoodenBoat Sail-In, when the entire Maine Windjammer fleet gathers one last time before the end of the season.

Late Season Sailing – Crisp Days, Great Sailing and Quiet Harbors!
Crisp air, cool evenings, and the crowds have headed home – what’s not to love about fall sailing in Maine!
Windjammer of the Month – Mary Day!
Built specifically for the windjamming trade, the schooner Mary Day accommodates 28 guests. Captains/Owners Jen and Barry both have backgrounds in experiential environmental education – perfect for hosting guests along Maine’s coast.
Favorite Anchorage: Schooner Lewis R. French
Captain Garth’s favorite is all about the island way of life.
Last-Minute Cruising – It’s Never Too Late to Book
Knowing it’s not always possible for guests to plan ahead, Maine windjammer captains are happy to welcome last-minute passengers.
Fresh from the Galley – Pickles!
Just like your grandma used to make – healthy, nutritious and delicious pickles fresh from the garden!
End of the Day
The sun sets behind an uninhabited island along 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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