Gary and Mary MacDougal have summered on the Skillings River in Lamoine, Maine, since 1993. “Our home has a lodge-y feel that I like,” Mary says.
Cape Horn, looming in the background of this dramatic work by Russ Kramer, is one of the most dangerous places on Earth to sail. In 1888, without electronic navigation equipment or radio communications, it was even more so.
It’s that time of year again. If you love giving gifts but hate the pressure of finding just the right ones for your crew and dockmates, we’re here to help. Take a look at the goodies we found — they’re not all nautical, but if you can’t find a perfect present here, you need saltier friends.
Capt. Jonathan Boulware, executive director of the South Street Seaport Museum in lower Manhattan, has two memories that loom large when he contemplates his tenure.
When Bob and Betty Adam bought their ranch house on Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay 24 years ago, it was basically a shack. “When I came along, the brothers who inherited it weren’t using it much,” Bob Adam says. “The good Lord wanted me to have it, so I got a very good price.”
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