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VIDEO: Annie's Windjammer Cruise and Dining

by in May 2010
VIDEO: Annie’s Windjammer Cruise and Dining
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Yankee food editor Annie B. Copps took a culinary cruise aboard the J & E Riggin, a windjammer out of Rockland, Maine, co-captained by Jon Finger and Annie Mahle. From these photos by Heath Robbins, you’ll see that it’s an adventure and a gourmet experience.

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Updated Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

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2 Responses to VIDEO: Annie’s Windjammer Cruise and Dining

  1. ruth kee April 29, 2010 at 11:56 am #

    Having sailed on the Stephen Taber out of Rockland many times, I agree with everything on the video. The food on the Taber beats any restaurant in the world.

  2. Jack Enright April 30, 2010 at 5:11 pm #

    Folks who like sailing will love any one of the Midcoast Maine schooners. But those who also love great food will sail on the J & E Riggin.

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