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July 21st, 2011 by Ray Deleo
Bed and Breakfast Maine namely the Atlantic Birches Inn an Old Orchard Beach Inn would like to show you the Better Way To Stay and inform you of one of our favorite events of the year the Harpswell Lobster Boat Race a 20-year-old tradition, which comes alive on July 23 & 24. ,There is nothing more uniquely Maine than a day at the lobster boat races. Whether you’re drawn to the races as a serious competitor, or are a summer visitor in search of a true Maine experience, a day at the races will kick summer into gear. An air-horn sounds. A thunderous roar rumbles across the bay. White foam flies boats skim across the water toward the finish line. Welcome to the Harpswell Lobster Boat Races, which for well over two decades, have attracted fishermen, boat builders, and other race fans. One in a series of ten venues in harbors up and down the Maine coast, the races may be coming soon to a television near you. Aura360 a Portland-based company , which specializes in extreme sports video production, hopes to create a pilot based on the races, like the Discovery Channel hit show, Deadliest Catch sometime soon be possible for the whole country to root for their favourites.
March 15th, 2011 by Ray Deleo
Now that we have daylight savings time behind us and spring just a few days away what a great time to see the Portland Maine Boatbuilders Show and start thinking about those summer days out in the water on your boat while staying at the Atlantic Birches Inn a Southern Maine Bed and Breakfast. The Inn is just a just a 12 minute drive to New England’s Largest Boat Building Show.
See and talk with some of the finest fiberglass and wooden custom boat builders on the East Coast at annual Maine Boatbuilders Show, set to run March 18th through the 20th at the Portland Company Complex. There will also be numerous manufacturers of boating equipment and marine services. Sailboats, powerboats, canoes, kayaks, and rowing boats will all be represented, with the builders and designers on-hand to discuss their work.
There will be many daily seminars to attend, one of the key seminars to attend will be with Chuck Paine on Sunday, and he will speak and show slides of his Maine built designs. Roughly 250 of the over 1000 yachts built during the past four decades to Paine designs were built right here in Maine. Eight of his favorite Maine boatbuilders will be present at the show.
He will also point out the whys and wherefores of both his power and sailing yachts built by Artisan Boatworks, Classic Boat Shop, French and Webb, Lyman Morse Boatbuilding , Morris Yachts, Norseboat, Robinhood Marine, York Marine, and other Maine builders.
March 1st, 2011 by Ray Deleo
Bed and Breakfast Maine namely the Atlantic Birches Inn an Old Orchard Beach Inn would like to inform you of one of our favorite boat show’s in the area The Portland Boat Show. With spring three just three weeks away and Daylight Savings Time (two weeks) just around the corner it’s time for boaters to start thinking about upgrading\upgrading their boats and maybe even shopping for a new one.
This Portland Boat Show with over fifty exhibitors will feature the largest display area of any of the local boat shows, with exhibits including center console & walk around fishing boats, bow-riders, cuddy cabins, cruisers, pontoon boats, wakeboard boats, and tournament ski boats. The event offers a detailed show, with well designed floor plans for the boaters coming from all over the North East. The show also has plenty of free on-site parking along with many new boats and the latest designs of boats which will delight visitors.
Boaters will be over whelmed with the assortment of boats displayed and the assortment of marine supply equipment, nautical gear, and various other seafaring paraphernalia the show has to offer. Your Innkeepers Ray & Heidi
Atlantic Birches Inn Bed and
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Old Orchard Beach, Maine 04064
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