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Front Street yard’s new building open

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Construction was complete in January on the latest expansion at Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine.

Work began on Building 6, a 22,500-square-foot facility, in May. The heated building is already filled with boats undergoing winter refit work, according to the yard.

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