ROCKLAND GULF, a wooden vessel still actively working the waters of Penobscot Bay, Maine.

Classic Wood, Still Working the Bay

4/12/2015 - As we close out 2015, our December image is of the Rockland Gulf, one of the last wooden hulls working daily in the lobster fishery. Rockland Gulf itself had an interesting end to its season, leaving its mooring during an early November gale and landing high-and-dry just inside the breakwater… SEE MORE
CORSAIR - 35'0" x 7"5" launch designed by N.G. Herreshoff and built by Herreshoff Mfg. Co., Bristol, RI, 1939

A Last Cruise Into Fall

1/10/2015 - As daylight fades to dusk and summer turns to fall, we enjoy some of the most dramatic skies of the year while aboard our favorite wooden boats. Here's Corsair, a classic N.G. Herreshoff launch that's been impressing onlookers since before World War I. And she's still got it! For more… SEE MORE
ROSA II - 38'4" x 10'4" cruising ketch designed by M. Rosenblatt & Son and built by Paul E. Luke, East Boothbay, Maine, in 1960.

Great September Sailing Aboard A Ketch

2/9/2015 - September is all about taking advantage of the remaining good sailing days, brisk winds for a lively ride, and of course a great wooden boat like Rosa II. Rosa II is only one of the stunning classic yachts you'll discover through the Calendar of Wooden Boats. Published annually since 1983,… SEE MORE
PENOBSCOT, a 36'8" x 7'10" R-class sloop and GRAYLING, a 64'11" x 12'6" converted sardine carrier.

Classic Evening After a Classic Regatta

3/8/2015 - Two beautiful boats rafted up, enjoying the sunset after the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta. For more information about the work of nautical photographer Benjamin Mendlowitz and the annual calendar that he produces, visit www.noahpublications.com. SEE MORE
JOYANT - 58'x0" x 11'6" P-class sloop designed by N.G. Herreshoff and built by Herreshoff Mfg. Co., 1911

Racing Into Summer Aboard a Classic Herreshoff Sloop

1/7/2015 - Summertime sailing isn't always about calm cruises and serene waters, there are also races to be won! Here is a look at the N.G. Herreshoff-designed P-class sloop, Joyant, racing in coastal Maine waters. Joyant is just one of the stunning classic yachts you'll discover through the Calendar of Wooden Boats.… SEE MORE
LILY - 22'0" x 7'9" keel/centerboard sloop and CUCKOO - 16'8" x 5'0" cat ketch daysailer

Summer Begins With Two Beautiful Boats

1/6/2015 - For June, what is better than a beautiful boat? Two beautiful boats! Here are Lily and Cuckoo, two lovelies that we had the pleasure of photographing. For more photography by Benjamin Mendlowitz, including the 2015 Calendar of Wooden Boats and our other products, visit us at www.noahpublications.com. SEE MORE
EVERGLADES - 42'1" x 10'0" glass-cabin launch designed by Joel White and built by Bruce Mierke, Murphy, North Carolina, 2002.

In New England, the Boating Season Has Begun

30/4/2015 - May in New England brings us back to serene local waters as the boating season begins in earnest. Here's a shot of Everglades, a classic launch designed by Joel White and built by Bruce Mierke back in 2002. For more photography by Benjamin Mendlowitz, including the 2015 Calendar of Wooden… SEE MORE
BELLE - 16'0" x 6"2" sloop-rigged camp cruiser designed and built by Daniel Gonneau, Brooklin, Maine, 2012

A Glimpse of the Beauty of Spring

2/4/2015 - Our patience is rewarded in April, when boats of all types emerge from winter storage here in coastal Maine. Soon the wait will be over and we will be on the water again. Whether you enjoy your time on the water in a small vessel like Belle, or a much… SEE MORE
Auxiliary schooner JUNO, REBECCA, and HEART'S DESIRE, off Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.

Following Three Schooners Into Spring

27/2/2015 - March brings us spring, and schooners like these will bring us to the 2015 boating season! This trio of auxiliary schooners — Juno, Rebecca, and Heart's Desire — were photographed off Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts. For more photography by Benjamin Mendlowitz, including the 2015 Calendar of Wooden Boats, and our other products, visit… SEE MORE