Once again, Derecktor Robinhood makes winter in Maine downright inviting. With available indoor, outdoor and in-water storage (the last in our snug, ice-free cove), we can accommodate any preference. And with prices holding at last year’s below-market rates (when you pay in full by September 30th) and discounts on year-round contracts, we can handle even… …Continue Reading
The bloom of flowers, the song of birds, warm rays of sun. All sure signs summer is coming to Maine. And at any Maine boatyard, add the splash of hulls entering the water and the smell of fresh varnish. With Memorial Day passed, Derecktor Robinhood is back in full swing and feeling like the special… …Continue Reading
A new chapter in the story of Robinhood Marine Center on Georgetown Island began in March 2016 when the storied yard became Derecktor Robinhood.
The Osprey is open with a new name and fresh look! New operators (Meg and Jon) have done a terrific job of brightening and opening up the restaurant and bar area, and have debuted to rave reviews about the food and people. Check out their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Anchor-Bar-Grill-at-the-Osprey-Nest-145392532805352 We look forward to a great summer and… …Continue Reading
Dock Attendants Derecktor Robinhood Marine Center in Georgetown, Maine is currently seeking Dock Attendants for the 2019 summer season. Seasonal dock hands are responsible for providing superior customer service as well as maintaining a safe and clean work environment. Dock staff duties and responsibilities include Assisting customers with Gas, Diesel, and other retail sales Maintain… …Continue Reading
Even the best cruise has to come to an end. After 27 terrific years Dave Perry is retiring. Since 1990 Dave has been at the helm of Robinhood Yacht Sales and an invaluable and much loved member of the Robinhood family. His involvement with Cape Dory (which was based at Robinhood) goes back even further… …Continue Reading
Derecktor Robinhood hauled and prepped for transport the Mary E., which is the worlds oldest surviving Bath schooner. http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/news/2016/12/20/maine-maritime-museum-acquire-historic-schooner/ http://bangordailynews.com/2017/04/23/news/midcoast/historic-wooden-schooner-mary-e-returns-to-bath/ http://www.pressherald.com/2017/01/03/historic-schooner-to-fulfill-maine-maritime-museums-wish-list/
March 7th 2016 was a big, no, a huge day in the long history of Robinhood Marine Center. For on that date, Robinhood became Derecktor/Robinhood and a new chapter in one of Maines’s great boatyards and marinas began. Andy Vavolotis, Robinhood’s owner and guiding light had decided after 35 years that he was ready to… …Continue Reading
Join us! We are excited to be part of the 45th Annual Portland Home Show, located at the Portland Expo! Meet our crew and learn more about our popular house boat vacation rentals moored in peaceful Riggs Cove. Don’t miss your chance to have a unique vacation experience along the coast of Maine, make your… …Continue Reading
Paul Kanavich has retired from his position here as, Parts Manager. We all wish him a very happy retirement! Robinhood Marine Center has added Scott Garman to take over the position of Parts Manager. Lets all welcome Scott!
Lecture in the Library tonight from 7:00 p.m to 8 p.m.