Capt. Ray & Ann Williamson
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In This Issue
Reflections on 2011
Book Signing and Open House
Governor LePage Visits Maine Windjammer Cruises
Four Generations of Swift Women at the Helm
From the Wood Stove to Your Stove
January 2005 - Special
A Maine Windjammer Wedding!
Happy Holidays 2010
1936 - 2011 ~ 75 YEARS KEEPING THE TRADITION ALIVE
Special Edition June 8th 2011
Farewell to Mattie Mosher - A Special Edition
KEEPING THE TRADITION ALIVE
March 2013 - Brazil
March 25, 2013
April 15, 2013
|Reflections on 2011|
In April, Captain Ray's book "Keeping the Tradition Alive" was finally off to the printer and our full attention was turned to readying the boats for passengers. Welcoming our first passengers of the year aboard on May 20th, we were off and running Read more
|Book Signing and Open House|
On June 12th, Capt. Ray & Ann hosted an open house and book signing aboard the Grace Bailey. Read more
|Governor LePage Visits Maine Windjammer Cruises|
As part of the Capitol for a Day program Governor Paul LePage selected Maine Windjammer Cruises for his first visit in Knox County. Read more
Madge & Bob Boggild
"The Webster often sailed in company, or shared a harbor with the other cargo-carrying schooners. Frank and his cruises were becoming known to the coastermen. While the old timers at first considered these tourist trips an oddity, they eventually admired Frank's ingenuity in finding a cargo that loaded itself!" - from "Keeping the Tradition Alive"
That cargo is what has kept our National Landmark schooners going for 75 years and we value it highly Read more
|Four Generations of Swift Women at the Helm|
During our research for the book one of the images we uncovered was of Frank Swift's wife Millicent Snow Swift at the helm in the very early days Read more
|From the Wood Stove to Your Stove|
Butternut Squash Soup
This summer Ann introduced a new menu item aboard the boats which was met with rave reviews.
For all of you who came into the store after your cruise unsuccessfully looking for the recipe in her cookbook -- Here you are! Read more
Are you receiving it?
In 1996 for our 60th anniversary we began sending out calendars during the holiday season. Many hours were spent hand addressing envelopes, licking stamps and sealing envelopes. Read more
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Great Holiday Ideas
"KEEPING THE TRADITION ALIVE"
A Great Holiday Gift for Old Salts, prospective Old Salts, armchair sailors and history buffs alike! Read more
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