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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.

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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 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.

Bar Harbor Times Local News

  • Historic photo, February 2016
    Tragedy struck on the evening of Feb. 19, 1923, when fire destroyed the Colonial Theatre building on High Street. Newspaper accounts of the fire called it “one of the most spectacular and disastrous fires in Belfast for many years.” Within two weeks, manager Frank Petrich rented the Opera House and reopened his movie show there at reduced prices. A new and modern Colonial Theatre was built on the original site ...
  • U.S. National Toboggan Championship competitors, organizers adapt on run
    Perhaps the important word and phrase for the 26th annual U.S. National Toboggan Championships was "adapt" and "just go with it." What else does one do when a year's worth of planning for an important, three-day fundraising event goes up in warm air thanks to an untimely practical joke by Mother Nature? A last-minute curveball, if you will. Unseasonably warm conditions this winter and, more important, recently, ...
  • Education briefs
    Swanville man earns Dean's List honors at Nazareth College ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Nazareth College announced that Grant Richards of Swanville has been named to the Dean's List for the fall 2015 semester. Richards is studying musical theater. A student must achieve a GPA of at least 3.5 and complete 12 credit hours of graded work that semester to be included on the Dean's List at Nazareth. The college, situated in a ...
  • Wood suppliers talk about decline of pulp mills
    When Verso Paper closed its paper mill in Bucksport, the effect was direct and immediate in this area. More than 570 workers, including some from Waldo County, lost their jobs. Last month Verso declared bankruptcy at its Androscoggin Mill in Jay, and while the fate of that mill is not as closely connected to this area, it has already affected local businesses that depend upon pulp mills for a way to sell waste ...
  • Drivers suffer broken bones in head-on crash
    A two-vehicle crash the morning of Feb. 5 in Frankfort sent two people to the hospital with broken bones. At about 9:15 a.m., Maine State Police troopers responded to the crash on North Searsport Road. Trooper Donald Webber said Robin Locke of Searsport was traveling south in a Chevrolet pickup truck when she lost control on the snow-covered road. Her vehicle collided head-on with another Chevrolet pickup truck ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Historic photo, February 2016
    Tragedy struck on the evening of Feb. 19, 1923, when fire destroyed the Colonial Theatre building on High Street. Newspaper accounts of the fire called it “one of the most spectacular and disastrous fires in Belfast for many years.” Within two weeks, manager Frank Petrich rented the Opera House and reopened his movie show there at reduced prices. A new and modern Colonial Theatre was built on the original site ...
  • U.S. National Toboggan Championship competitors, organizers adapt on run
    Perhaps the important word and phrase for the 26th annual U.S. National Toboggan Championships was "adapt" and "just go with it." What else does one do when a year's worth of planning for an important, three-day fundraising event goes up in warm air thanks to an untimely practical joke by Mother Nature? A last-minute curveball, if you will. Unseasonably warm conditions this winter and, more important, recently, ...
  • Education briefs
    Swanville man earns Dean's List honors at Nazareth College ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Nazareth College announced that Grant Richards of Swanville has been named to the Dean's List for the fall 2015 semester. Richards is studying musical theater. A student must achieve a GPA of at least 3.5 and complete 12 credit hours of graded work that semester to be included on the Dean's List at Nazareth. The college, situated in a ...
  • Wood suppliers talk about decline of pulp mills
    When Verso Paper closed its paper mill in Bucksport, the effect was direct and immediate in this area. More than 570 workers, including some from Waldo County, lost their jobs. Last month Verso declared bankruptcy at its Androscoggin Mill in Jay, and while the fate of that mill is not as closely connected to this area, it has already affected local businesses that depend upon pulp mills for a way to sell waste ...
  • Drivers suffer broken bones in head-on crash
    A two-vehicle crash the morning of Feb. 5 in Frankfort sent two people to the hospital with broken bones. At about 9:15 a.m., Maine State Police troopers responded to the crash on North Searsport Road. Trooper Donald Webber said Robin Locke of Searsport was traveling south in a Chevrolet pickup truck when she lost control on the snow-covered road. Her vehicle collided head-on with another Chevrolet pickup truck ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • Teacher Scholarships Available for 2016 Summer Courses in Denali
    The Murie Science and Learning Center, with support from Alaska Geographic, is awarding scholarships to teachers for accredited courses taking place in Denali National Park and Preserve. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/2016-teacher-scholarships.htm
  • Denali Selects 2016 Artists-in-Residence
    Three artists, two writers and one composer will visit Denali National Park and Preserve in 2016 through its Artist-in-Residence program. Two of the residents will visit in March as part of a winter program. Four others will take part in a summer program between June and September. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/air-2016.htm
  • All Southern Portions of 1980 Park Additions Now Open to Snowmobiling for Traditional Activities
    Consecutive early season storms have established snow depth and conditions sufficient for the Superintendent to determine that there is now adequate snow cover for the use of snowmachines for traditional activities in areas of the 1980 park and preserve additions that are south of the crest of the Alaska Range. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/snowmobile-opening-south-side-2015.htm
  • NPS To Burn Debris Pile
    Fire Management staff at Denali National Park and Preserve are planning to burn debris consisting of trees and brush between Monday, November 2 and Friday, December 4, weather conditions permitting. The single pile is located east of the park airstrip and west of the northernmost loop of the Riley Creek Campground. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/controlled-burn-nov2015.htm
  • Denali Remains Open in Winter
    For many visitors, winter is their favorite season to enjoy Denali National Park and Preserve. The park is less visited but still very much open and alive with activity. Beautiful backcountry areas can be reached on snowshoes, skis, fat-tire bicycles, skijoring or mushing on the Denali Park Road. At lower elevations you may even be able to explore with hiking boots! There are opportunities for people of all ages and skill levels to enjoy the park. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/winter.htm

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