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With the 2017 season quickly approaching we’d like to talk about how to properly tie a boat up to a dock.  It’s important to have the boat tied up properly for a few different reasons.

Thanks for your interest in our video of stepping the mast on a J120. We took this video using a GoPro camera attached to the masthead during the spring of 2016.

Navigating the Royal River, with a MLW controlling depth of 8' in most boats is easy. The approach to the channel is between the eastern ends of Cousins and Little John islands, and the western ends of Mosher and Little Mosher islands.

A couple of us are just back from a great delivery from Harwich Port, MA to Yarmouth, ME. The distance was about 155 NM and took us 10 hours to complete.

“The fuel tanks are leaking”….No boat owner wants to hear these words.  No boatyard service manager enjoys saying the words to an owner.  The owner of MOON STAR a Kadey-Krogen 42, Hull #94, built in 19

As part of our ongoing LEAN initiative at Yankee Marina & Boatyard we held a mid-summer KAIZEN, our third being facilitated through Maine MEP.   KAIZEN, which is a Japanese word for “good change”, is used to descri

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