Fresh products from the state of Maine
Made In Maine—Straight From The Pine Tree State.
Classy Ship’s Bells
Based in Hiram, Maine, family-run Bellingham Bell introduced its stainless steel bells in the United States in 2010, and it didn’t take long for the demand to expand to the European market. Bellingham’s custom bells are available in a variety of metals, finishes, and mounts and can be wax cast with any raised design for a striking effect, such as that on the 220-foot Allure Shadow, shown above. A 12-inch bell cast in bronze starts at $3,000.
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If you’ve finally traded in your sailboat for a powerboat, first of all, well done. Second, you might have some old sails left over that Sea Bags, located on Custom House Wharf in Portland, Maine, will gladly turn into a tote for free. The rest of us can purchase one of the durable bags (totes start at $130), which are available in a range of sizes and styles to hold all our boating gear.
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Classic Yacht Models
Custom Boat Models
Working in his Camden, Maine, studio, Robert Eddy has been building yacht models for the last 35 years, since he was ten years old. His detailed and to-scale replicas have attracted the attention of the owners of all kinds of boats, including a custom 36-foot Jarvis Newman—the half-inch-scale version is shown above. Call for pricing on a custom model.
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This article originally appeared in the May 2012 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.