ON ITS JOURNEY toward building
midcoast Maine’s premier yachting
facility, Journey’s End Marina in Rockland added a
new 18,000-square-foot heated indoor storage facility with
three work bays, a new 24-foot by 24-foot by 85-foot professional
spray booth, and a 60-ton Con-O-Lift hydraulic trailer.
Heated indoor storage is a great way for yachtsmen to
know their boats are well protected from the freeze-and-thaw
of the elements. Everything, from expensive electronics
to elegant woodwork and soft goods, benefits from being
in a climate-controlled facility.
Investment in our state-of-the-art paint booth takes our
glass and paint division to the next level. And our Con-O-Lift,
in addition to our 75-ton Travelift and refurbished 50-
ton lift, provides us with capability that’s likely unique
among marinas anywhere.
The O’Hara family is investing in
Journey’s End for a reason. Located on
one of the most beautiful cruising grounds in the world and
central to Rockland’s development as a tourist hub, our full-service
marina and boatyard offer all the services that
boaters need. As a leader in the field, we look forward to
continuing our rigorous program to develop the newest,
the latest, and the greatest facilities for our recreational and
JOURNEY’S END MARINA
120 Tillson Avenue
Rockland, ME 04841
Excerpted from Boats of the Year 2016. Click here to read more stories from the latest edition.