Comments for: After 50-year hiatus, Maine-built Prudence returns to home waters

Posted May 01, 2012, at 4:24 p.m.

BELFAST | It was a familiar sight, the two-deck, narrow-beamed, blue, white and red vessel cruising up Penobscot Bay on Sunday and finally docking in Belfast Harbor. Except it wasn’t what it appeared to be. The Prudence looks very much like the Patience, which has operated as a passenger …

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  • Anonymous

    Kennedy at the wheel?? Break out the life jackets!

  • Anonymous

    The image of Kennedy at the wheel is scary. Recall when he had to call the Coasties when he as drunk at night on Nantucket Sound to find him and help him back to Cape Cod? Merely takes away from Pagels’ accomplishments by showing the drunk at the wheel.

    • It would appear that respect for the dead has gone the way of the steamship. Perhaps, some day, we will recondition it and honor will set sail once more. I’m a Republican. These remarks shame us all.

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