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Boatbuilding course in Searsport. Photo/Video capture.
WCSH: A Searsport [Maine] District High School course is teaching students problem solving skills and maintaining the tradition of boatbuilding.
“To have a new generation of young people involved in the maritime field is just super….To have them get excited about maritime [tradition]. Who knows where it will lead?” says Wayne Hamilton, owner of Hamilton Marine.
Wayne and Loraine Hamilton donated their old Hamilton Marine store to the Penobscot Marine Museum in December . Since then, students have been working with longtime boatbuilder, Greg Rossel.
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