A bit of wintertime excavation at the Wayfarer Marine dinghy dock.

All In a Day’s Work: Dredging in Camden Harbor

15/2/2013 - Winters at most boatyards aren’t only set aside for maintenance and repairs on customers' boats. We also spend a lot of time maintaining the boatyard as well. This year’s major project at Wayfarer Marine was conducted by Prock Marine, based in Rockland. Over the past several years we’ve had some… SEE MORE
LADY J is a 142' Palmer Johnson motor yacht. She's spending some time at Wayfarer Marine before continuing downeast.

The Megayacht Migration Returns to Camden

27/6/2012 - So far the summer of 2012 hasn't seen too many large power yachts in Camden Harbor, but that changed in a big way today when the Lady J pulled up to the dock at Wayfarer Marine. A 142' Palmer Johnson aluminum motor yacht built in 1997 and refit in 2011,… SEE MORE
A 75' sailing catamaran tied up at the Wayfarer Marine docks in Camden.

Two Hulls Are Better Than One

12/6/2012 - In recent years we've been seeing more and more multihulls making their way up to Maine, and today a 75' sailing catamaran showed up at the Wayfarer Marine docks in Camden. At seventy-five feet overall and with a beam of thirty-five feet, this Privilege 745 is officially the beamiest boat… SEE MORE
Fresh from a delivery from Antigua to Maine, Nordwind dries out her canvas at the Wayfarer Marine docks.

Preparing a Classic in Camden for a Bold Adventure

24/5/2012 - It’s always a treat when the first boat of the season arrives at the Wayfarer docks from the Caribbean. It’s especially satisfying when it’s a gorgeous classic like Nordwind, the 86’ yawl that we got to know this year down in Antigua. Built in 1939 for the German Navy to… SEE MORE
Two Harbor Marine's new work barge put the width abilities of Wayfarer Marine's Ascom Lift to the test..

A Yacht It’s Not: Launching a New Work Boat

2/5/2012 - There's always excitement around a new launch, and that's just as much the case with workboats as it is with yachts. Wayfarer Marine had a particularly unique launching on May 1, a self-propelled work barge built by Rockport Steel for Brad and Adam Scott of Two Harbor Marine. The Scott… SEE MORE
Ruth Ann II fuels up at the Wayfarer Marine docks in Camden on April 12.

Cruising Season Officially Opens in Camden

13/4/2012 - The grass isn't quite greened up yet and the bulbs on the trees haven't popped, but at Wayfarer Marine we're excited to have officially kicked off the 2012 boating season with a visit from our first cruiser, Ruth Ann II. Ruth Ann II was built in 1946 in Nova Scotia… SEE MORE
Sumurun, one of the most famous of the Fife yachts in existence today, is hauled one day after her sister Fife was relaunched.

Two Days, Two Fifes at Wayfarer Marine

11/4/2012 - In two days, Wayfarer Marine has done something that not many other boatyards, if any, have done: launched a Fife one day and hauled another the next. Belle A’venture was first to go in the water after a brief period in the shed to wood the hull, paint the topsides,… SEE MORE
Anjacaa was built in 1974 by Palmer Johnson and has been a fixture in Camden Harbor ever since.

Wayfarer Marine Prepares for 2012 Pen Bay Rendezvous

5/3/2012 - The inaugural Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, held last August in the waters off Camden, Rockland, and Thomaston, proved to be a big success. With yachts of every size and shape competing in the four-day event, the racing on the water was rivaled only by the parties each evening on shore. The… SEE MORE
After a refit at Wayfarer Marine, the fairleads aboard Coconut have become both beautiful and useful.

Safety, Hardware Updates Transform an 80′ Sailing Yacht

2/2/2012 - We recently completed a refit on the 80' sailing yacht Coconut. She's well known in the charter world and was built in 1991 by Dynamique Yachts of New Zealand. Coconut and her crew are not strangers to Camden or Wayfarer Marine, as they've completed several yard periods here throughout the… SEE MORE