spinnakers Starling Burgess, Small Point-One Design, W. Starling Burgess was the marine designer. The Small Point Yacht Club holds four races weekly through the summer, on Saturdays and Wednesdays. , Phippsburg Maine. Spring Beach on Hermit Island is in the background. For more Small Point One Design boats and races, visit the Boats - Small Point One Design gallery at http://www.robinrobinsonmaine.com/Boats/SMALL-POINT-ONE-DESIGN/14015115_MsX7vn - Robin Robinson Maine
Maine has a rich maritime history. Bath, Maine boasts one of the finest maritime museums in the county. To see more visit http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/ All of the boats in this gallery as well as the nautical paraphernalia (anchors, chains, rigging, etc.), have been photographed in Maine. There are tug boats (everyone loves tug boats!), sail boats big and small (Clippers, Schooners, Sloops and day sailers), commercial tankers, commercial fishing boats (sardine carriers and the like), lobster boats, life boats, cruise ships and more. Visit a piece of Maine history and part of what made our county great, men and women at sea for work or pleasure.
For more Phippsburg, Maine historical information, visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phippsburg-History-Center/114338978642314