logo-header-original

Winter Storage for your Yacht

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.

It's that time of year again...

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.

Read More... Or Sign Up Now! Compare Prices!

 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.

Bar Harbor Times Local News

  • Council sets mill rate to 21.65
    The city council set the mill rate to 21.65, up from the previous mill rate of 20.80, at a meeting Tuesday, Sept. 16. The city, school and county budgets for which Belfast is responsible total $15.781 million, and the city’s valuation has been assessed at $730.8 million, up $10 million from 2013. The minimum mill rate that would cover the budget, calculated by dividing the budget by the valuation, is 21.59, or ...
  • Waldo County representative charged with indecent conduct
    A Waldo County lawmaker was arrested by a Maine state police trooper the evening of Sept. 15 after allegedly being engaged in a sexual act in a park-and-ride in West Gardiner. Brian L. Jones, 56, of Freedom, was charged with indecent conduct and failure to provide his correct name, Maine Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said. A state trooper was patrolling the park-and-ride when he observed Jones and a ...
  • RSU 20 approves Bikes for Books program for district elementary schools
    Regional School Unit 20 directors voted in favor of allowing the district's elementary schools to participate in a reading incentive program. The program, Bikes for Books, which is sponsored by the Maine Freemasons, encourages students to read as many books as possible within a set amount of time. Dwight Marshall, of Excelsior Lodge #151 in Northport, discussed bringing the program into the RSU 20 elementary ...
  • Commissioners discuss district court boiler conversion, sheriff's office personnel changes
    County Commissioners heard an update from the facilities manager about the possibility of saving money on heating costs at the Belfast District Court by converting the boilers to propane. Commissioners also approved a handful of personnel changes in the sheriff's office. Facilities Manager Keith Nealley said it cost approximately $12,000 to heat the district court building last year and, by converting the boilers ...
  • Route 1 crash causes minor injuries, slows traffic
    A couple from England on vacation suffered minor injuries after their vehicle was rear ended by a tractor-trailer truck on Route 1 the afternoon of Sept. 16. Sgt. John Gibbs of the Belfast Police Department said the couple from England, whose names were not immediately available, had stopped in a line of traffic at the intersection of Route 1 and Lower Congress Street in the northbound lane shortly before 3 p.m. ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Council sets mill rate to 21.65
    The city council set the mill rate to 21.65, up from the previous mill rate of 20.80, at a meeting Tuesday, Sept. 16. The city, school and county budgets for which Belfast is responsible total $15.781 million, and the city’s valuation has been assessed at $730.8 million, up $10 million from 2013. The minimum mill rate that would cover the budget, calculated by dividing the budget by the valuation, is 21.59, or ...
  • Waldo County representative charged with indecent conduct
    A Waldo County lawmaker was arrested by a Maine state police trooper the evening of Sept. 15 after allegedly being engaged in a sexual act in a park-and-ride in West Gardiner. Brian L. Jones, 56, of Freedom, was charged with indecent conduct and failure to provide his correct name, Maine Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said. A state trooper was patrolling the park-and-ride when he observed Jones and a ...
  • RSU 20 approves Bikes for Books program for district elementary schools
    Regional School Unit 20 directors voted in favor of allowing the district's elementary schools to participate in a reading incentive program. The program, Bikes for Books, which is sponsored by the Maine Freemasons, encourages students to read as many books as possible within a set amount of time. Dwight Marshall, of Excelsior Lodge #151 in Northport, discussed bringing the program into the RSU 20 elementary ...
  • Commissioners discuss district court boiler conversion, sheriff's office personnel changes
    County Commissioners heard an update from the facilities manager about the possibility of saving money on heating costs at the Belfast District Court by converting the boilers to propane. Commissioners also approved a handful of personnel changes in the sheriff's office. Facilities Manager Keith Nealley said it cost approximately $12,000 to heat the district court building last year and, by converting the boilers ...
  • Route 1 crash causes minor injuries, slows traffic
    A couple from England on vacation suffered minor injuries after their vehicle was rear ended by a tractor-trailer truck on Route 1 the afternoon of Sept. 16. Sgt. John Gibbs of the Belfast Police Department said the couple from England, whose names were not immediately available, had stopped in a line of traffic at the intersection of Route 1 and Lower Congress Street in the northbound lane shortly before 3 p.m. ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • Denali National Park Seeking Input for Long Range Transportation Plan
    The public is invited to an early stage scoping meeting on Denali National Park and Preserve’s Long Range Transportation Plan taking place on Wednesday, September 24 at 6:00 pm in the McKinley Village Community Center (Mile 230 Parks Highway). National Park Service planners will be seeking public input and providing information about the plan’s purpose, need, and process. http://www.nps.gov/dena/parknews/long-range-transportation-plan.htm
  • Denali Park Road Open to Mile 30 on September 17
    Visitors can now drive private vehicles on the Denali Park Road as far as the Teklanika Rest Area at Mile 30, conditions permitting. As the weather can change rapidly at this time of the year, visitors are advised to call ahead for current road status. http://www.nps.gov/dena/parknews/denali-road-open-to-mile-30.htm
  • Deadline for 2015 Denali Artist-in-Residence Applications is September 30
    Denali National Park and Preserve is seeking applications from accomplished artists and writers for the 2015 Artist-in-Residence Program, which expanded this year to include winter residencies.Applications for 2015 residencies must be submitted by September 30, 2014. A description of the online application process is at http://www.nps.gov/dena/historyculture/arts-program-apply.htm. http://www.nps.gov/dena/parknews/deadline-for-2015-artist-in-residence-application.htm
  • NPS Proposes Hunting Regulations in National Preserves
    The National Park Service is proposing a permanent federal prohibition on three historically illegal predator hunting practices in Alaska’s national preserves. http://www.nps.gov/dena/parknews/preserve-hunting-regulations.htm
  • National Park Service to Burn Debris Piles at Toklat and Kantishna
    Fire Management staff at Denali National Park and Preserve are planning to burn two debris piles, one at the Toklat Road Camp (Mile 53 on the Denali Park Road) and the other in Kantishna at approximately Mile 91 (near the confluence of Eureka and Moose Creeks). The planned ignition dates are between Monday, September 8 to Friday, October 3, weather permitting. http://www.nps.gov/dena/parknews/burning-debris-piles-at-toklat-and-kantishna.htm

Local Weather

°F | °C
invalid location provided

Follow Us On

Follow Atlantic Boat Company on Facebook Follow AtlanticBoatCo on Twitter  

Login