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Maritime Trail Slideshow

by in May 2014
Maritime Trail Slideshow
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Photographer Carl Tremblay spent many summer days traveling the coastline of New England from the southern reaches of Mystic Seaport in Connecticut to as far north as Bath, Maine, for a feature story on our martime heritage.  Explore the waters aboard a classic Maine windjammer or take in the breathtaking beauty of the coastline and the harbors that are brimming with the history of the region.

Maine Windjammer Lewis R. French sailing in West Penobscot Bay.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Maine Windjammer Lewis R. French sailing in West Penobscot Bay.
First Mate Matt Lohan on board the Lewis R. French.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
First Mate Matt Lohan on board the Lewis R. French.
Lewis R. French under full sail.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Lewis R. French under full sail.
Lewis R. French sails and shadows.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Lewis R. French sails and shadows.
Mystic Seaport's village building neatly line the waterfront with Schooner LA. Dunton moored at left.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Mystic Seaport’s village building neatly line the waterfront with Schooner LA. Dunton moored at left.
Blacksmiths Bill Sheer and Marcail Riggs inside their workshop at Mystic Seaport.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Blacksmiths Bill Sheer and Marcail Riggs inside their workshop at Mystic Seaport.
Buildings line the waterfront in New Bedford's Rose Alley.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Buildings line the waterfront in New Bedford’s Rose Alley.
Fishing Vessels at the ready in New Bedford's working harbor.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Fishing Vessels at the ready in New Bedford’s working harbor.
View of Derby Wharf from the widow's watch in Salem's Custom House.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
View of Derby Wharf from the widow’s watch in Salem’s Custom House.
Schooner Sherman Zwicker at Maine Maritime Museum in Bath.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Schooner Sherman Zwicker at Maine Maritime Museum in Bath.
Curtis Island LIghthouse at the mouth of Camden harbor in Maine.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Curtis Island LIghthouse at the mouth of Camden harbor in Maine.
View from the summit of Mount Battie of Camden Harbor.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
View from the summit of Mount Battie of Camden Harbor.
Camden harbor at dusk Camden harbor at dusk
Maine's Mark Island Lighthouse at Deer Isle thoroughfare.
Photo/Art by Carl Tremblay
Maine’s Mark Island Lighthouse at Deer Isle thoroughfare.

 

 

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