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May 3rd, 3:09 pm
Maine's First Ship

Maybe should have taken a photo of the crewe while they were having a lunch break outside the Freight Shed--no masks and you could have seen their smiling faces, but here's some shots of their work: tidying up the caulking and future floats. ... See MoreSee Less

May 2nd, 8:16 am
Maine's First Ship

Some of us are a little behind with our reading... Here's the spread with the MFS news in the Winter 2020-21 issue of Marlinspike Magazine. Check them out for all the news that's fit to float. 😉 www.marlinspikemagazine.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

Some of us are a little behind with our reading...  Heres the spread with the MFS news in the Winter 2020-21 issue of Marlinspike Magazine.  Check them out for all the news thats fit to float. 😉  http://www.marlinspikemagazine.com/
April 29th, 8:06 am
Maine's First Ship

To wrap up National Poetry Month a little something for "Poem in Your Pocket Day"
poets.org/poem/its-long-way
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To wrap up National Poetry Month a little something for Poem in Your Pocket Day   
https://poets.org/poem/its-long-way
April 28th, 12:19 pm
Maine's First Ship

Nothing fancy, just some quick pics from this morning ... See MoreSee Less

April 28th, 8:57 am
Lisa-Marie's Made in Maine

We're so excited to be carrying the brand new chocolate bar from La Nef Chocolate celebrating Maine’s First Ship!

64% Ecuadorian Dark Chocolate with Maldon Sea Salt.... it’s a good thing you can’t see the drooling as I type this...

A portion of the proceeds from sales goes to Maine's First Ship and we love supporting a local business that is supporting other local organizations.

Maine’s First Ship is a project to build and operate a reconstruction of the 1607 pinnace Virginia, the first English ship built in the America’s, which was originally built in 1607 at the Popham Colony now known as Popham Beach

And you can support this project and our family business by stopping in our Bath, Maine location and buying a bar of this decadent chocolate, that’s right - show your support by buying chocolate!!
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Were so excited to be carrying the brand new chocolate bar from La Nef Chocolate celebrating Maine’s First Ship!
64% Ecuadorian Dark Chocolate with Maldon Sea Salt.... it’s a good thing you can’t see the drooling as I type this...
A portion of the proceeds from sales goes to Maines First Ship and we love supporting a local business that is supporting other local organizations.
Maine’s First Ship is a project to build and operate a reconstruction of the 1607 pinnace Virginia, the first English ship built in the America’s, which was originally built in 1607 at the Popham Colony now known as Popham Beach 
And you can support this project and our family business by stopping in our Bath, Maine location and buying a bar of this decadent chocolate, that’s right - show your support by buying chocolate!!

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That’s so cool! Sounds delish!

April 27th, 4:07 pm
Maine's First Ship

A sampling of the quiet and focused few at work on Virginia today ... See MoreSee Less

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