Maine Built Boats Report
By Maine Built Boats
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Join Maine Built Boats as we talk with boatbuilders, boat owners, and members of our industry to learn what makes boatbuilding in Maine so unique. The art of boatbuilding in Maine today, which uses cutting edge technology, reflects over 400 years of boatbuilding history. We built the Virginia, the first ship built by English settlers in the New World in 1607, on our rocky shores. Our maritime tradition includes Clipper Ships during the 19th century, minesweepers and Liberty Ships during World War II, fishing, sailing and lobster boats for centuries. People's lives and livelihoods have always depended on the soundness of their boats. Our builders' capabilities run the gamut from state of the art composite construction to traditional plank-on-frame, and everything in between. Maine Built Boats, big or small, power, paddle or sail, are built with superior craftsmanship, durability, materials and engineering. These builders would never allow anything less.
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