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AMERICAN EAGLE TOWN » Bald eagles aren't the only species to have discovered this historic Connecticut River town. Boaters of all stripes enjoy its natural beauty, serenity and charm.  By Malerie Yolen-Cohen  Read this article

LESSONS LEARNED » Four of Offshore's regular contributors reveal their most memorable boating mishap and the lessons they learned from the experience.  By Offshore's contributing writers

KEEPING THE FAITH » For these dedicated craftsmen on the South Shore of Massachusetts, it's all about building classic boats and the tools to make them the old-fashioned way.  By Michael O'Connor

WATERFRONT WAYPOINT: CENTER OF SUCCESS » An environmental group puts its money where its mouth is by building an ecofriendly education center at the head of Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay.  By David Ortiz

Lobsterboats built for speed; the battle over bunker; paddling from Miami to Maine. Edited by Rick Eggleston

With the Northeast overdue for a hurricane, some boat insurance companies are playing hard ball. By Frances Cerra Whittelsey  Read this article

Camano 41 trawler, Catalina 320 Mark II, BIC O'Pen and Yanmar 260-hp common-rail diesel.  Edited by Joe Myerson

Generations have discovered the wonders of boating in a rugged Grumman aluminum canoe. By John Page Williams

A tribute to a 15-footer that has brought joy and a sense of accomplishment to three generations.  By Catherine McCarron

For many seasoned boaters, sea chanteys still hold the true flavor of the sea. By David G. Brown

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On the cover: A Connecticut River icon, this Essex, Connecticut, lighthouse replica now houses Wilde Yacht Sales. See the full story on Essex. Photograph by Caryn B. Davis.

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