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  • Published
    September 30, 2021

    Slideshow talk discusses the ‘World’s Most Dangerous Maritime Voyage’

    Camden Public Library presents maritime historian Charles H. Lagerbom for a slideshow talk about his new book, “Maine to Cape Horn: The World’s Most Dangerous Voyage.”

  • Published
    September 2, 2021

    Lyman-Morse to hold public viewing of new yacht

    CAMDEN — Drew Lyman, president of Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co., has announced Hull Number 1 of the new LM46 sailing yacht.

  • Published
    August 5, 2021

    Midcoast Lens: Crustracean cruise to find appetizing lobster fishing scenes

    From boats with personal names to colorful, self-identifying buoys to sturdy traps, hard-working, blue-collar Maine men and women go out most days to do what they do best — namely, catch perhaps the state's most popular form of seafood.

  • Published
    August 3, 2021

    Maine historian tells the story of Mainers challenging Cape Horn

    Maine historian, and Camden Herald columnist, Charles. H. Lagerbom has announced the publication his newest book, “Maine to Cape Horn."

  • Published
    July 20, 2021

    Maine Boat and Home Show gears up for August

    This coming Aug. 13 to 15, the Rockland waterfront will be lined with fine boats and yachts, historic Maine vessels and tents filled with all aspects of living life on the coast with the 2021 edition of the Maine Boat & Home Show.

  • Published
    July 19, 2021

    Youth Regatta to be held July 30

    Come watch junior sailors compete on 420s in the fourth annual Camden Classics Cup Youth Regatta Friday, July 30. The youth regatta is organized for sailors aged 12 to 18. Forty-eight racers aboard 24, 420 sailing dinghies participated in 2019. 

  • Published
    June 4, 2021

    Museum announces free sailing program

    The Sail, Power, and Steam Museum will offer its free youth sailing program, Sail Kids For Free, through the Midcoast Sailing Center. This one-week program, which will run through July and August, was created to provide access to sailing for kids 6-14, regardless of their ability to pay. Museum Waterfront Director, Diane Sternberg, said, “There are so many kids in our area who don't have ready access to the ...

  • Published
    May 19, 2021

    Fishermen’s Association collaborates with Mae in Maine

    The Maine Coast Fishermen's Association has recently partnered with Maegan Monsees, the Freeport artist behind Mae in Maine, to offer a Fishermen's Association rope gathering bucket with a distinct color and MCFA cork tag. MCFA is a nonprofit that works to enhance the sustainability of Maine's fisheries by advocating for the needs of community-based fishermen and the environmental restoration of the Gulf of ...

  • Published
    May 13, 2021

    Remembering Camden's nautical history

    Pictured is the sidewheel steamer Penobscot, "one of the fleet forming the line between Boston, Bangor & Mt. Desert," at the Steamboat Wharf in Camden. The photo is undated; the Penobscot went into service in 1882.

  • Published
    May 13, 2021

    Bill to fund Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative signed into law

    A bill from Sen. David Miramant, D-Camden, to extend funding for the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative was signed into law by Gov. Janet Mills May 5 after receiving bipartisan support in the Legislature. LD 338, “An Act to Amend the Law Governing the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative,” promotes the Maine lobster industry and allows the surcharges to licenses to remain the same. LD 338 extends the Maine ...

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