Scenes from the 2012 Maine Boatbuilders Show

The main gallery at the 2012 Maine Boatbuilders Show in Portland, Maine.

Maine photographer extraordinaire Joe Devenney attended the 2012 Maine Boatbuilders Show this weekend (March 17-18) in Portland, where he captured the following images.

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Joe Devenney Photography

For prints email: joe@joedevenney.com

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In the yard outside the the show at Portland Yacht Services in Portland, Maine.
John Milburn and Jon Rotenberg from Eastern Yacht Sales.
A line formed at the main entrance prior to the opening of the show.
The line outside prior to the opening on Friday.
Rumble Bee, a CorrectCraft at the New England Fiberglass booth.
The yard outside the main entrance.
An attendee checks out a fishing boat.
The Jane Stevens, Maine's first ship from Bath.
Detail of the Jane Stevens.
The USA-Team, International Hydroplane Racing, Quincy, MA.
Dave Foynes brought his Fatty Knees from Sagamore Beach, MA.
Rod and paddles from Adirondack Guideboat.
Tools from Antique Tools of Searsport, Maine
Jeff Pearson of Antique Tools. Searsport, Maine
Chisels from Antique Tools, Searsport, Maine.
A Herreshoff Cannon from RGB Cannons of Smithfield, Rhode Island.
An attendee takes a close look at Intent, the first Herreshoff 20 built by the Bristol Boat Company of Bristol, Rhode Island.
This boat was built by young students from the Compass Project in Portland, Maine.
Jeff Darby and Neil Gibbons from Teakdecking Systems of Sarasota, Florida.
Detail of the boat from the Compass Project.
This exquisite dory was built by The Landing School of Arundel, Maine.
Detail of The Landing School boat.
Gannon and Benjamin Marine Railway tee-shirts.
The 2012 show drew a good crowd.
Bay of Maine Boats, Kennebunkport, Maine.
Nathanael Herreshoff 12 1/2 from Cape Cod Shipbuilding in Wareham, MA.
The Pulsifer Hampton, Brunswick, Maine.
The Seabreeze 19 from Seabreeze Boats in Westbrook, CT.
The Back Cove 30 from Back Cove Yachts in Rockland, ME.
Rumble Bee, a CorrectCraft, at the New England Fiberglass booth.

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