Category Archives: 2019 Season

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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Ice Not Being Nice

Ice-out is always a time of mixed feelings. Sad to see it go, but anticipating fine spring days. These folks would like nothing more than to see it go period. Looks like an ice jam burst and started a massive … Continue reading

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CIBC Spring Meeting May 5

Nite sailor Fred Musser and Sarah Sheffield have graciously offered to host our pot luck lunch party and meeting at their house in Union. Sunday, May 5, meeting to start at 11:00 sharp with lunch to follow. Address is 1611 … Continue reading

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NEIYA Spring Gathering

Be sure to attend the NEIYA spring party at Moore Brothers Company in Bristol RI on April 20 to toast a great season and plan the next one…. Info here: https://theneiya.org/2019/04/03/neiya-gathering-moore-brothers-bristol-ri-apr-20th/ And while you are clearing your calendar for that … Continue reading

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Ice Report

The ice is decomposing beautifully. Not just slowly thinning out, but doing all kinds of interesting things. There’s four inches of dense, smooth slush over seven inches of hard, pencilated ice. Almost a foot of material, but not strong enough … Continue reading

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