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Tag: windjammer

Windjammer Sunrise

photographs by Jim Dugan Rockland photographer Jim Dugan was in his kayak by 4:30am on Saturday morning to photograph the sunrise at the south end of Rockland where the fleet of Maine windjammers was anchored after the Great Schooner Race Friday. You’ll want to click the pictures to see them bigger. Schooners Victory Chimes, American Eagle, and […]

Memorial Day Sail On The Mary Day

video by Jim Dugan The schooner Mary Day sails out of Camden Maine. This is a three-day cruise over Memorial Day weekend, 2012. Shot by Jim Dugan with a GoPro camera. Music: Waterbound by Shake That Little Foot.


painting and text by Colin Page All summer these schooners are in and out of the harbor as they take people out for trips to the islands in Penobscot Bay. This spring I saw them getting the boats ready and took advantage of the time they spent docked in the harbor to paint them. It […]

Hauling Out

photographs and text by Jim Dugan video links also by Jim Dugan Every year, the windjammers that take tourists for sailing adventures must “haul out” for a few days at least. This is the only time to take care of anything below the waterline. It’s a process of cleaning, repairing and repainting the hulls. Most […]

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