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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.

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.

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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

  • Belfast takes the sun and runs with it
    Over the past year, Belfast has quietly become a leader among Maine municipalities investing in renewable energy sources, and it's done it so with a core tenet of renewable energy: use what you already have. There's also been a bit of luck and good timing. Belfast has never wanted for practically minded environmentalists — tiny house builders, passive home gurus and other high-order moonbats have flourished in ...
  • Police investigate two possible drug-related deaths
    Belfast Police Department and Waldo County Sheriff’s Office have investigated two separate deaths with "strong indications" of drug overdose in the past 48 hours, Sheriff Jeff Trafton said in a press release Aug. 26. Both cases involved the death of a male in his late 30s. The agencies have yet to determine the exact cause of death in either of the incidents, however there are strong indications that drug ...
  • Maine State Police blotter
    Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County from Aug. 19 to Aug. 21. Aug. 21 Trooper Thomas Bureau and Trooper Donald Webber stopped Lawrence Caldwell, 49, on Dolloff Road in Knox for not having visible registration plates on his vehicle. Caldwell, whose license was revoked, was summoned for felony operating after revocation with a prior ...
  • Robbins Lumber pitches mill site improvements to Planning Board
    Searsmont's Planning Board is holding a meeting Aug. 30, to consider a site plan amendment for Robbins Lumber Co. to make improvements to its mill site. The improvements include the removal of a bark storage shed and a loading ramp. In that area, Robbins Lumber will then install two dump stations. Also, the company plans to resurface and reclaim an impervious surface for chip storage, as well as construct an ...
  • Hotline volunteers listen, empower abuse survivors to change their lives
    Doris has been a hotline volunteer for New Hope for Women for almost 16 years; at 70, she plans to keep at it, “as long as I'm coherent.” Elizabeth has volunteered on the hotline for three years. One of the things that got her started was her sense that domestic assault was common, which made her want to do something to protect her four daughters, she said. Last names have been omitted for the volunteers' ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Belfast takes the sun and runs with it
    Over the past year, Belfast has quietly become a leader among Maine municipalities investing in renewable energy sources, and it's done it so with a core tenet of renewable energy: use what you already have. There's also been a bit of luck and good timing. Belfast has never wanted for practically minded environmentalists — tiny house builders, passive home gurus and other high-order moonbats have flourished in ...
  • Police investigate two possible drug-related deaths
    Belfast Police Department and Waldo County Sheriff’s Office have investigated two separate deaths with "strong indications" of drug overdose in the past 48 hours, Sheriff Jeff Trafton said in a press release Aug. 26. Both cases involved the death of a male in his late 30s. The agencies have yet to determine the exact cause of death in either of the incidents, however there are strong indications that drug ...
  • Maine State Police blotter
    Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County from Aug. 19 to Aug. 21. Aug. 21 Trooper Thomas Bureau and Trooper Donald Webber stopped Lawrence Caldwell, 49, on Dolloff Road in Knox for not having visible registration plates on his vehicle. Caldwell, whose license was revoked, was summoned for felony operating after revocation with a prior ...
  • Robbins Lumber pitches mill site improvements to Planning Board
    Searsmont's Planning Board is holding a meeting Aug. 30, to consider a site plan amendment for Robbins Lumber Co. to make improvements to its mill site. The improvements include the removal of a bark storage shed and a loading ramp. In that area, Robbins Lumber will then install two dump stations. Also, the company plans to resurface and reclaim an impervious surface for chip storage, as well as construct an ...
  • Hotline volunteers listen, empower abuse survivors to change their lives
    Doris has been a hotline volunteer for New Hope for Women for almost 16 years; at 70, she plans to keep at it, “as long as I'm coherent.” Elizabeth has volunteered on the hotline for three years. One of the things that got her started was her sense that domestic assault was common, which made her want to do something to protect her four daughters, she said. Last names have been omitted for the volunteers' ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • 2017 Artist-in-Residence Applications Still Being Taken
    In celebration of Denali National Park and Preserve's Centennial in 2017, the park is seeking a diverse suite of voices to help share the unique story of Denali through art. Alaska Native artists and artists between the ages of 16 and 25 are strongly encouraged to apply. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/artist-residencies-2017.htm
  • New Day Use Area at Riley Creek
    Come join the staff of Denali National Park and Preserve as we celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service with the dedication of a new community day use area at Riley Creek. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/riley-day-use-area-opening.htm
  • Mile 231 Environmental Assessment Available for Public Comment
    An environmental assessment to conduct geotechnical investigation near milepost 231 on the Parks Highway in Denali National Park and Preserve is available online for public review and comment. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/231-ea.htm
  • Denali Park Road Projected to Reopen on Tuesday, August 9
    The Denali Park Road, which closed after a mudslide just west of Eielson Visitor Center more than a week ago, will reopen tomorrow if current weather and area conditions continue and the road remains stable for traffic. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/projected-road-reopening.htm
  • Denali Park Road to Reopen with Limited Access
    The Denali Park Road will remain closed tonight, but there will be two opportunities tomorrow, for buses and other vehicles to travel through the mudslide area at mile 67. The set times for traffic movement are planned for 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/limited-road-opening.htm

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