Sailors hit shoals as boatbuilders

Hansen, Susan
September 2000
Inc.;Sep2000, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p29
Describes how boatbuilder Trenton Marine Inc. of Southwest Harbor, Maine went into bankruptcy. Former name of the company; Tax that affected the sales of the company's Wolf class powerboats; Reasons for the financial struggle of the company; Remarks from Tom Morris, owner of Morris Yachts Inc.


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