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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

  • Local observances, parades planned for Memorial Day
    Memorial Day observances are planned locally and around the state to remember and honor people who died while serving in U.S. Armed forces. Observed every year on the last Monday in May, the holiday originated more than 150 years ago. This year, Memorial Day observances begin in Maine Saturday, May 23, with the placing of some 15,000 American flags in Veterans Memorial cemeteries in Augusta, Caribou and Springvale...
  • Police Academy graduates 60 new officers
    Maine’s 60 newest police officers have graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. The new officers, who mostly come from the local and county ranks, spent 18 weeks at the academy in study and training. Among the many topics the officers studied were crime scene processing, emergency vehicle operation, first aid, traffic and criminal law, domestic violence and sexual assault. The graduation speaker was ...
  • Belfast Council not keen on 'tabling'; not sure how to say 'no'
    An unprecedented request for park space prompted the City Council to enact a 60-day moratorium on approving long-term activities. The decision came after a lengthy discussion Tuesday about what happens on city land, and what it means when the Council says "yes." City Manager Joe Slocum said an organization recently asked to set up in a public park multiple days per week for a period of several months. He declined ...
  • Lucas Construction fined $19,000 for environmental violations at gravel pits
    A construction company has agreed to pay a $19,098 penalty for violations of Maine's site location of development law, according to a Maine Department of Environmental Protection enforcement report. The April report states that Lucas Construction, Inc. failed to maintain a 150-foot natural buffer at a gravel pit on property it owns on Center Road, as required by its permit under the site location of development ...
  • House backs Burstein bill to fund HIV prevention
    A bill to help prevent the spread of diseases like HIV and viral hepatitis earned the initial approval of the Maine House Thursday, May 21. Rep. Christine Burstein, D-Lincolnville, sponsored LD 661, which provides funding for screening, prevention and treatment services through the Maine Center for Disease Control for uninsured Mainers who have contracted or are at-risk of contracting HIV, viral hepatitis and ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Local observances, parades planned for Memorial Day
    Memorial Day observances are planned locally and around the state to remember and honor people who died while serving in U.S. Armed forces. Observed every year on the last Monday in May, the holiday originated more than 150 years ago. This year, Memorial Day observances begin in Maine Saturday, May 23, with the placing of some 15,000 American flags in Veterans Memorial cemeteries in Augusta, Caribou and Springvale...
  • Police Academy graduates 60 new officers
    Maine’s 60 newest police officers have graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. The new officers, who mostly come from the local and county ranks, spent 18 weeks at the academy in study and training. Among the many topics the officers studied were crime scene processing, emergency vehicle operation, first aid, traffic and criminal law, domestic violence and sexual assault. The graduation speaker was ...
  • Belfast Council not keen on 'tabling'; not sure how to say 'no'
    An unprecedented request for park space prompted the City Council to enact a 60-day moratorium on approving long-term activities. The decision came after a lengthy discussion Tuesday about what happens on city land, and what it means when the Council says "yes." City Manager Joe Slocum said an organization recently asked to set up in a public park multiple days per week for a period of several months. He declined ...
  • Lucas Construction fined $19,000 for environmental violations at gravel pits
    A construction company has agreed to pay a $19,098 penalty for violations of Maine's site location of development law, according to a Maine Department of Environmental Protection enforcement report. The April report states that Lucas Construction, Inc. failed to maintain a 150-foot natural buffer at a gravel pit on property it owns on Center Road, as required by its permit under the site location of development ...
  • House backs Burstein bill to fund HIV prevention
    A bill to help prevent the spread of diseases like HIV and viral hepatitis earned the initial approval of the Maine House Thursday, May 21. Rep. Christine Burstein, D-Lincolnville, sponsored LD 661, which provides funding for screening, prevention and treatment services through the Maine Center for Disease Control for uninsured Mainers who have contracted or are at-risk of contracting HIV, viral hepatitis and ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • Denali National Park and Preserve Staff Request Public to Use Extreme Caution This Holiday Weekend
    Very high fire danger exists in Denali National Park and Preserve due to a lack of recent precipitation, high winds and hot, dry weather. Park officials urge visitors to be especially careful with anything that may cause a spark this Memorial Day weekend. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/memorial_day_weekend_fire_danger.htm
  • 2015 Denali Road Lottery Entry Period Open Through May 31
    The National Park Service is reminding procrastinators that the entry period for the 2015 Denali road lottery, which takes place (weather permitting) on September 17, 18, 20, and 21 (Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday), is open through Saturday, May 31, 2015. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/lottery-entry-open.htm
  • Deceased Solo Climber Found at High Camp on Denali
    The body of an Argentinian solo climber was discovered at the 17,200-foot high camp of Mount McKinley just before midnight on Sunday, May 10. Heraldo Javier Callupan, age 39 of General Roca, Argentina appears to have died of unknown medical issues. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/deceasedsoloist.htm
  • Climbers Rescued Following Avalanche on Mount Dickey
    Two climbers from Idaho were rescued from 7,500 feet on Mount Dickey after triggering a slab avalanche the evening of Monday, May 11. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/dickeyavalanche.htm
  • Spring is Here: All Areas Closed to Snowmachines, Temporary ORV Trail Closures in Cantwell
    Denali National Park and Preserve Superintendent Don Striker has determined that due to the deterioration of the snowpack, there is no longer adequate snow cover for the use of snowmobiles for traditional activities in the 1980 additions to Denali National Park and Preserve on both sides of the Alaska Range. All park lands that were open for snowmobile use are now closed for the season. Even in areas such as Broad Pass and near Cantwell, the warmer temperatures and long days have reduced snow depths to a level that is no longer adequate to protect vegetation and soils from damage...

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