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At Atlantic Boat, we have indoor heated storage capacity to support your needs, with the ability to handle Yachts of a size up to 60' and overall weight of 35-tons.

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Time to store and protect your Yacht for the winter. At Atlantic Boat, we have indoor heated storage capacity to support your needs, with the ability to handle Yachts of a size up to 60' and overall weight of 35-tons. The buildings are well maintained, the yard is clean, the work-shops are staffed with all the skills required to support the storage and maintenance requirement of your Yacht.

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The Latest News from Atlantic Boat Company

Coming soon! All the latest news from Atlantic Boat Company as well as local news and other points of interest to anyone considering visiting the beautiful state of Maine.

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The Atlantic Boat Company and the new Duffy 29H was recently written about in Southern Boating Magazine.

Duffy hulls have been wholly proven over the years. Often described as boats with great seakeeping abilities, this line of lobster-boat-inspired cruisers is built by the Atlantic Boat Company of Brooklin, Maine, although it owes its name to the firm Duffy and Duffy Custom Yachts, which constructed the boats up until 1995.

Read the complete article at Southern Boating Magazine.

 Gloucester to christen its new launch boat on May 19 Source: wickedlocal.com

The City of Gloucester is proud to announce the start-up of a launch service in its beautiful harbor. The launch is a first-class, 26-foot, 24-passenger, solid fiberglass “Duffy” built by Atlantic Boat Company. The public is invited to the christening on Sunday, May 19 at noon at the Harbormaster’s Dock, 19 Harbor Loop, Gloucester. Rides will be available, weather permitting.

To read the full article click here.

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Atlantic Boat Company - Brooklin, ME

Sailmaker Kurt Lietz has opened a new sail loft at the Atlantic Boat Co. boatyard in Brooklin. He began his career with Hood Sails more than 30 years ago.

Bar Harbor Times Local News

  • Shipyard seeks extension to construct new building
    Belfast Planning Board members are recommending city councilors approve an extension for Front Street Shipyard to construct Building 6. City Planner Wayne Marshall presented on behalf of Front Street Shipyard to members of Belfast Planning Board July 29 outlining proposed changes that mainly related to construction of Building 6. Marshall said Front Street Shipyard has been unable to move forward with its plans ...
  • Freedom close to revaluation deal with wind developer
    Selectmen are close to an agreement with Beaver Ridge Wind over the value of the company's three wind turbines, according to representatives from both sides. Speaking July 28, Selectman Steve Bennett said town officials rejected BRW's request for a 30-percent abatement on the three-turbine development, currently valued at $9.8 million. BRW had asked the town to adjust its 2014 taxes to reflect depreciation of 5 ...
  • Crash sends three to hospital
    Three people were hospitalized and Route 220 in Liberty was closed for about two hours the afternoon of July 30 when a vehicle rolled over and struck a utility pole. Liberty Fire Chief Bill Gillespie said a vehicle traveling in the vicinity of 930 Pinnacle Road (Route 220) rolled over and struck a utility pole at about 4 p.m. Route 220 where the crash occurred was closed to traffic for two hours as emergency ...
  • Public comment on Clean Elections initiative begins
    Public comment is now being accepted for the citizen’s initiative that will appear on the ballot this November, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap announced July 30. The proposed citizen’s initiative ballot question, which will be Question 1, is entitled “An Act to Strengthen the Maine Clean Election Act, Improve Disclosure and Make Other Changes to the Campaign Finance Laws.” It is currently proposed to go before ...
  • RSU 71 budget headed back to referendum, $1M lighter
    Voters approved a pared down second draft of the Regional School Unit 71 budget by a margin of roughly two to one at a public meeting July 28. The $25.2 million bottom line goes before voters for final approval at a referendum Tuesday, Aug. 4. After having a first draft of the budget rejected by voters in June, the school board found $500,000 in additional non-program cuts and learned the district would benefit ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Shipyard seeks extension to construct new building
    Belfast Planning Board members are recommending city councilors approve an extension for Front Street Shipyard to construct Building 6. City Planner Wayne Marshall presented on behalf of Front Street Shipyard to members of Belfast Planning Board July 29 outlining proposed changes that mainly related to construction of Building 6. Marshall said Front Street Shipyard has been unable to move forward with its plans ...
  • Freedom close to revaluation deal with wind developer
    Selectmen are close to an agreement with Beaver Ridge Wind over the value of the company's three wind turbines, according to representatives from both sides. Speaking July 28, Selectman Steve Bennett said town officials rejected BRW's request for a 30-percent abatement on the three-turbine development, currently valued at $9.8 million. BRW had asked the town to adjust its 2014 taxes to reflect depreciation of 5 ...
  • Crash sends three to hospital
    Three people were hospitalized and Route 220 in Liberty was closed for about two hours the afternoon of July 30 when a vehicle rolled over and struck a utility pole. Liberty Fire Chief Bill Gillespie said a vehicle traveling in the vicinity of 930 Pinnacle Road (Route 220) rolled over and struck a utility pole at about 4 p.m. Route 220 where the crash occurred was closed to traffic for two hours as emergency ...
  • Public comment on Clean Elections initiative begins
    Public comment is now being accepted for the citizen’s initiative that will appear on the ballot this November, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap announced July 30. The proposed citizen’s initiative ballot question, which will be Question 1, is entitled “An Act to Strengthen the Maine Clean Election Act, Improve Disclosure and Make Other Changes to the Campaign Finance Laws.” It is currently proposed to go before ...
  • RSU 71 budget headed back to referendum, $1M lighter
    Voters approved a pared down second draft of the Regional School Unit 71 budget by a margin of roughly two to one at a public meeting July 28. The $25.2 million bottom line goes before voters for final approval at a referendum Tuesday, Aug. 4. After having a first draft of the budget rejected by voters in June, the school board found $500,000 in additional non-program cuts and learned the district would benefit ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • Denali Monitoring 13 Wildfires
    Fire managers are currently monitoring 13 lightning-ignited wildfires burning in remote areas of Denali National Park and Preserve. There are no threats to park structures or sensitive resources at this time. The Type 3 team that had been supporting all of the fires burning in Denali National Park and Preserve demobilized July 26. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/july-fire-update.htm
  • Now Accepting Applications for Commercial Dog Freighting Opportunity in Denali
    The National Park Service (NPS) is accepting applications for Commercial Use Authorizations (CUA) to provide commercial Dog Sled Freighting Services within Denali http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/dog-freight-cua.htm
  • Denali Publishes Online Work, "Denali Climate Anthology"
    The National Park Service (NPS) this week announces completion of a new online anthology of essays by five accomplished local authors about the effects of a changing climate on the lives and landscape they treasure in Interior Alaska. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/climate-anthology.htm
  • Environmental Assessment on 5-Mile Pit Expansion and Rehabilitation of 7-Mile Pit Open for Public Comment
    The National Park Service (NPS) is proposing to expand the 5 Mile Pit and rehabilitate the 7 Mile Pit along the Denali Park Road. The 7 Mile Pit would accept reject material from a road-repaving project and then be re-contoured, re-vegetated and abandoned. The 5 Mile Pit would be expanded by up to 2.4 acres for government and contractor material storage. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/pit-ea.htm
  • Traditional Dance Featured at Denali Music Festival
    The Nenana Native Dancers will perform at the fourth annual Denali Music Festival on Saturday, July 18 in Denali National Park and Preserve. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/traditional-dancers.htm

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