Preview: Belfast, Maine, and Northeast Boat Welcome Boats Built of Wood

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Josh Howard of Northeast Boat has recently arranged with the town of Belfast for the exclusive use of two of its brand new slips, and for boats built of wood, there’ll be no cost for short-term dockage. There’s 140 linear feet of space in two floating slips.

This new town-owned facility is immediately oward the harbor mouth from Front Street Shipyard’s gigantic Travel Lift. It’s easy to spot and very well protected from wind and weather. There’ll also be fresh water, electric power, and security available.

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    David Donahue says:

    Great to hear this news about Belfast. One of our favorite stops along the coast.

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    David Tew says:

    Thanks for the tip! Will absolutely get in touch when we’re that way. Belfast is a great walking town.

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    michele del monaco says:

    Very good inizitiative, show it to the marinas here in the med, where they pretend over 50€ for one night on a ’30 feet sailboat