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October 20th, 9:46 pm

Maine's First Ship

See our new 3D Virtual Tour of Maine's First Ship at mfship.org/virtual-tour-2020 . The virtual tour includes Virginia in the boatshed, the inside of the freight shed, and drone pictures from outside the freight shed and downtown Bath. It gives a good view below the deck which cannot be seen by visitors any more. Inside the freight shed the rigging is on display, and it is detailed enough that you can read the displays in the Visitor Center. Thanks to Peter Hanney for making this, and Jim Pamentier for arranging and donating this to MFS. ... See MoreSee Less

See our new 3D Virtual Tour of Maines First Ship at https://mfship.org/virtual-tour-2020 . The virtual tour includes Virginia in the boatshed, the inside of the freight shed, and drone pictures from outside the freight shed and downtown Bath.  It gives a good view below the deck which cannot be seen by visitors any more.  Inside the freight shed the rigging is on display, and it is detailed enough that you can read the displays in the Visitor Center.  Thanks to Peter Hanney for making this, and Jim Pamentier for arranging and donating this to MFS.

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Thank you so much for this. I can't be there in person but my 10th Grandpa James Davis's genes are clapping like mad.

October 20th, 2:07 pm

Maine's First Ship

hanging around the boat shed ... See MoreSee Less

hanging around the boat shed

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A place for everything!

October 19th, 10:09 am

Maine's First Ship

As folks know, we at Maine's First Ship feature a Knot of the Week, which we get to about once a month or so. Here's the latest. Tie one on and enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less

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An interesting and useful series. Thanks, Jim!

October 15th, 10:17 am

Maine's First Ship

#ThrowbackThursday Rob at work in 2014 #tbt ... See MoreSee Less

#ThrowbackThursday Rob at work in 2014 #tbt

October 14th, 10:22 am

Maine's First Ship

Wednesday Work Day, October 14, 2020
As often happens, Gail was in early this morning, getting things opened up and ready for the rest of today’s volunteers. In anticipation of this year’s Women’s Shipbuilding Day she paused for a photo. Gail attended an early Women’s Day and has been a committed MFS volunteer ever since.
Come see for yourself what Gail discovered:
Women’s Shipbuilding Day, Sunday, November 15, 2020, 9am-3pm
Contact lead shipwright Rob Stevens directly with questions or to get on the list, (207) 319-4395.
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Wednesday Work Day, October 14, 2020
As often happens, Gail was in early this morning, getting things opened up and ready for the rest of today’s volunteers.  In anticipation of this year’s Women’s Shipbuilding Day she paused for a photo.  Gail attended an early Women’s Day and has been a committed MFS volunteer ever since.
Come see for yourself what Gail discovered:
Women’s Shipbuilding Day, Sunday, November 15, 2020, 9am-3pm
Contact lead shipwright Rob Stevens directly with questions or to get on the list, (207) 319-4395.
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