National Geographic : 1952 Sep
+ All Hands Gather to Hear the Mate Sing Chanteys Maggie's summer cruisers, who pay for their keep, may help with deck chores if they choose. In ports they step ashore for sight-seeing, clambakes, and square dances. Here at anchor in Buck Harbor they hear old songs from the days of sail. hOaacnromes Dy ILuis Maraen, .Naional ieograpnic ,can 4' Summer's Sailors Relax in a Snug No Man's Land Cruise vessels, some of them converted schooners, sail every Monday from half a dozen Maine towns during the season. Each has its men's and women's cabins below deck. A few windjammers provide twin bunks for married couples.