Author Archives: billbuchholz

Spring Ice Conditions, Still

Bobby Strezlewicz is just back from a trip to Yellowstone National Park, and as an iceboater was compelled to submit an ice report. He sends this report: “Took trip to Yellowstone, part of my bucket list. Stopped by Yellowstone Lake … Continue reading

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Stern Steerer For Sale

Forward facing steering, two passenger seats. Aluminum mast and booms, T iron runners and Meade chocks sharpened and aligned. Light weight, easily car toppable. Could use varnish or paint. $650.00 In Maine. Call Bill at 207-975-6980

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Stunning Video, Jordan Bay, Jan 16, 2019

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs8tag6Hyte/?utm_source=ig_web_button_native_share Thanks to Rick Williams friend of a friend for sending this. And don’t forget the meeting on Sunday!

Posted in 2019 Season

Meeting and Boats A-Building

Bob MacEwen and Chris Malliet are making great progress on their Mini Skeeters. We might have four or five of these on the ice next season. The class is growing in leaps and bounds; over 120 sets of plans have … Continue reading

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Deep Cove

Everyone who sails in Maine knows Deep Cove on Damariscotta Lake, and those who don’t are probably familiar with it from Jory’s eloquent prose celebrating it’s mystic healing properties on a raw, blustery day. On a more pedestrian observation, we … Continue reading

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Whizz For Sale

Brand new Whizz C Skeeter. Light, fast and versatile. Teak sides, ribbon mahogany decks. Foam/carbon mast with faux wood finish, Bosset sail, titanium chocks, 440c inserts. Complete with trailer, ready to go, in Maine. $5750.00 or higher offer. Call Bill … Continue reading

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Trailer For Sale

Inside dimensions: 65″ wide x 18′ long Wood frame, covered with 1/4 plywood 15″ wheels, 3500 pounds axle with electric brakes Timbren suspension system. 2 side doors, 2 rear doors (bottom door 22″ high, upper door 12″ high) Compartments for … Continue reading

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