Eggemoggin Reach Regatta. Photo by Alison Langley

Eggemoggin Reach Slideshow

7/26/2011 - In conjunction with the Castine Yacht Club, I am presenting a slideshow restrospective of the ERR at the Alumni Lecture Hall at the Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, July 26, at 5:30 pm. The show will feature commentary on many of my favorite photographs over the past several years. The… SEE MORE
The Sunbeam V will be converted to an art gallery in August on a Maine coast tour.

Floating Art Exhibit Tours Several Maine Islands & Coastal Communities

7/14/2011 - French Artist Anne-Emmanuelle Marpeau, from Brittany, France, is renowned for her meticulously detailed dioramas, also known as shadowboxes, illustrating stories from Maine's coast and islands. With subject matter encompassing legends, folktales, and historical events, Marpeau's three-dimensional constructions variously express whimsy, mystery, tragedy, courage, isolation and celebration. In a unique art… SEE MORE
A crowd gathers along the Belfast waterfront at the new Front Street Shipyard Open House

Front Street Shipyard Draws more than 400 to Open House

7/11/2011 - More than 400 people showed their support for Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine, on July 2 during at the Open House celebration. The young yard hosted local officials, regional marine industry professionals and the greater Belfast community for a BBQ and gathering on the waterfront. The new 165-ton Marine… SEE MORE

Thorfinn returns from Pacific Northwest tour

5/24/2011 - I could drink the Pacific Northwest. It is a part of the world that strongly agrees with my spirit. I used to live in the NW, and I spend a lot of time dreaming about it. So, it felt surreal to be standing on Sucia Island, in the San Juan… SEE MORE
Bequia, designed by Stephens & Waring Yacht Design, Built by Brooklin Boatyard. Photo by Alison Langley

Belfast Gains a Pair of Maine’s Top Yacht Designers

4/13/2011 - Fresh on the heels of news about Belfast's newest boatyard, Front Street Shipyard, comes the exciting announcement that two of Maine's top yacht designers are moving their office to the town at the head of Penobscot Bay. Bob Stephens and Paul Waring, formerly partners with Steve White over in Brooklin,… SEE MORE