Posts Tagged 'Boothbay Harbor Shipyard'

Welcome Ernestina-Morrissey

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We don’t want to brag, but have we mentioned lately that the men and women that build and repair ships here on the peninsula are some of the finest in the world?

Don’t take our word for it, just ask the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, who have just awarded a $6M contract to the Boothbay Harbor Shipyard for several years of repair and restoration work on the Ernestina-Morrissey. Like the Bounty before her, we should be able ...

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Here we build ships.

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Stand on our breakfast deck looking out over the harbor, and then gaze to your right. The wooden masts you see belong to the HMS Bounty. Built as a prop for the 1962 film, it was destined to be burnt after the movie. When he found out, that $%@& Pain-In-The-Butt Marlon Brando decided that if they burnt the ship, he would not make the movie.

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