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Maine Built Boats

Maine really is a unique boat building community.

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Nice video link. Maine is a special place. Of course, the best way to truly appreciate the summer here is to survive a winter.
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Nice video link. Maine is a special place. Of course, the best way to truly appreciate the summer here is to survive a winter.
I think that's part of the reason we build some of the finest boats in the world.. We have all winter to pay attention to the small but important details!

You don't see stuff like this coming out of to many other states, or countries for that matter, on a regular basis! Quality like this is common place in Maine..

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Thanks for that link MS...some pretty work there!
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Thank you Maine. I just fell in love with Bernice. That is one classy lady that makes my heart go pitter-pat.
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That link seems to be a trailer for a longer-format movie, apparently produced by Gary Jobson. If I read it correctly, the full feature releases today. Or did I misunderstand that?
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That link seems to be a trailer for a longer-format movie, apparently produced by Gary Jobson. If I read it correctly, the full feature releases today. Or did I misunderstand that?
John the link in Maine Sails post!
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Yes, those are gorgeous boats!!

But I was referring to the link in the O.P. Is there a full-length movie we can all watch this winter?
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Yes, those are gorgeous boats!!
It reminds me of sailing a piano!!

I'd be afraid to scratch such nice things!!
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