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


(Please use a chart to locate the islands in Casco Bay referenced here)

The Value of Trust and Integrity. Military families maintain a strong set of values, and they carry those values with them when they ponder the care of their yachts and even the decision of where to do their boating.

Sometimes, having an Eye in the Sky watching isn’t such a bad thing especially when YOU are the one watching!  Like when a thunderstorm has just passed through and you’d like to know if your dinghy is in danger of being swa

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

Running a business on the coast is never boring — and that’s one reason why we love it so much!

At Yankee Marina and Boatyard, our favorite boat projects are really not boat projects at all — they are people projects. Take Lil’ Toot, for example.

“Immaculate” is the word Phil and Tara Rand use to describe Yankee Marina & Boatyard. It’s one of the many reasons they bring their Sabre 42 Express all the way from Wenham, Massachusetts, to Yarmouth, Maine.