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New Member from Penobscot Bay Maine

Just joined and been sailing and messing around in boats for just a few decades. Still have lots to learn and hopefully, from time to time, contribute.

Yes, I make a living in the marine industry and proud of what we have to offer here in Maine and beyond.

Peter Lindquist
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We're up from Florida and in Portland. We'll be in Penobscot Bay in a few days poking about for a month or so. 'love your waters,- particularly during hurricane season! I know things can get rough here too, but many good hideouts! 'see you on the water, Aythya crew
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Peter, what kind of a boat do you have?

I have a 17' Siren up in Frenchman's Bay.

Jim Baranski, Shalom Orchard Winery, Franklin ME
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