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Maine Boatbuilders Show

March 14-16.

Anybody going? Wish I could make it...


"Not a tupperware party": Maine Boatbuilders Show | A gathering of the finest fiberglass and wooden custom boatbuilders on the East Coast


Note the seminar schedule, which has quite a few topics potentially of interest to sailors:

Seminars at: Maine Boatbuilders Show | A gathering of the finest fiberglass and wooden custom boatbuilders on the East Coast


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Wish I'd heard about this a few weeks ago. I'd really like to have gone; buit too short of a notice.

Oh well, maybe next year ...........

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I've gone in the past and will definitely try to make it next weekend - about a 3.5 hour drive from our house. I noticed that IYRS is there as usual - a local favorite here in Newport.

Thanks for the reminder.

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If you go..

If you go please stop by the Mobile Marine Canvas booth (look for the full size dodger display) and say hello! I'll be working with my buddy Seth on both Saturday and Sunday at his booth.

I'd love to put some names to faces!!

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yeah its about 50 foot from my boat so ill have to file a report on the show
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I'll be there. I go every year. Not only is it a cool place to spend the afternoon but talking with the actual builders who hang out by their boats is great. The craftsmanship is amazing.


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This show gives me hope that winter won't last forever, I never miss it.


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Whatever good has been said about this show - it's better than that. Staying overnight in Portland is the way to go if you like good company, great food and a bit of spirits.

Look up the American Schooner Association booth. You need not fear us. We won't try to convert you. But you'll see how much fun you've been missing.

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