Ray Dintino and his wife, Judy, maintain a home in Amherst, N.Y. They also spend many summer days and nights aboard their 32-foot Carver, Cloud IX, docked at the Buffalo Launch Club on Grand Island.
The boating world is setting a course for Maine's Rockland harbor, because of an old boat that is suddenly state of the art. The 45-foot Northern Spy is actually 56 years old - but is the first older vessel anywhere in the country to be equipped with a Volvo IPS joystick-controlled pod-drive propulsion system.
If you've been out on the water lately, you've probably noticed one of the hottest trends on the New England fishing scene: kayak fishing. What started as a novel way to sneak up on fish in shallow, inshore waters has blossomed into a vibrant sub-community of devoted kayak fishermen.
Oceana, an international organization focused on ocean conservation, launched its 2010 Gulf of Mexico expedition, which will assess the long-term effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
This summer in her Camden, Maine, gallery, photographer Alison Langley is offering her limited-edition Posters for $25 each. Regular price is $40 and the sale extends through Labor Day weekend (this price is only good for purchase in the gallery and not for mail order).
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