The Sabre 66 Dirigo is the first and only Downeast style motoryacht of her size built in the United States.
Yacht designer Michael Peters wrote an article about Maine Built Boats following his participation in the association’s annual conference in […]
At one time almost every harbor on the coast of Maine was filled with schooners. Some were used for fishing, others for the coastal trades, and some even went deep-water sailing to parts all over the world. Following World War I, the number of schooners decreased dramatically. Today there are no schooners sailing commercially as they have been replaced by the tractor trailers. The only remaining survivors of that era can be seen at Bar Harbor, Camden, Rockland and Portland. It has been a long time since one underwent a major refit, but that is what happened to HARVEY GAMAGE at Portland Yacht Service in Portland for the past 14 months.
Padebco Custom Boat Builders & Full Service Boatyard recently launched its newest model the V25R. The sporty express-style 25’ runabout […]
Maine Built Boats’ annual Guide to Buying and Servicing a Maine-Built Boat is now available at retail outlets, boatyards, shops and boat shows around New England!
Meet Maine Built Boats members the 2015 Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show August 14-16 in Rockland, Maine. With boats […]
Please join Maine Built Boats members at the 2015 Manufacturing Summit. Manufacturing Summit Manufacturers’ Association of Maine June 4, 2015 […]
We are going to add some spice to this year’s Maine Boat Builder’s Show, giving it a “sport fishing” theme. […]
Maine Yacht Center is proud to announce it completed a refit of the IMOCA Open 60 Great American IV (ex-Mirabaud), […]
ATLANTIC BOAT CO. is a family-owned business operating on a 37-acre, 50,000-square foot facility on Flye Point in Brooklin, Maine. […]
GREAT ISLAND BOAT YARD offers big boat yard service expertise delivered with the personal care and responsiveness of a […]
SW BOATWORKS specializes in all aspects of finish work, from the drawing board to completion. These boat styles always include […]
JOHN WILLIAMS BOAT CO. takes a very personal interest in your project. We love the challenge of working out […]
FRONT STREET SHIPYARD is the largest, most capable yacht yard in the northeast. With lifting capabilities up to 485 […]
THE LANDING SCHOOL was established in 1978 as a nonprofit, post-secondary institution dedicated to providing the highest quality vocational education […]
H & H Marine was started in 1984. We are the manufacturer and custom builder of Osmond Beal designed […]
THE APPRENTICESHOP is one of the oldest and finest traditional boatbuilding schools in the country. The Apprenticeshop offers custom […]
Classic Yacht Models is renowned for their artistry of some of the world’s finest custom yacht models. Each exclusively […]
North Atlantic Inflatables is the Portland-based factory direct supplier of high quality, reliable inflatable boats, console RIB boats & accessories. […]
Since 1993, ZURN YACHT DESIGN has been a valuable resource for aesthetically pleasing yachts whose performance excel beyond expectations; bringing timeless […]
Maine Coastal News is published 12 times a year and is dedicated to covering the news along the entire coast of […]
For over 100 years, German paint pioneer Mankiewicz has led the development of technologically advanced products to protect and beautify machinery, automobile interiors and wide-body commercial airliners.
Imtra Corporation is the leader in marine systems. Our focus on customer service, product development and quality products is what […]
Maine International Trade Center (MITC) is Maine’s leading source for international business assistance. MITC provides technical assistance and trade counseling, […]
Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors produces an award-winning print magazine, an online edition that includes original content, and an annual […]
PierVantage provides small and mid-sized businesses with sophisticated business management technology solutions, allowing them to manage their operations effectively and […]
Established in 1977 as a source for traditional marine hardware and supplies in Maine, Hamilton Marine now sells to boatbuilders, […]