People on this yacht use a smaller boat to commute to the Belfast harbor-side
Rowing a boat past the bridges in Belfast, Maine
A small boat adds color to the surrounding white ones complementing the blue water at the harbor in Belfast, Maine
Belfast, Maine has a sheltered harbor for yachts and boats ….
Off the cruisers’ beaten path, the City of Belfast has often been referred to as a hidden gem for boaters. Away from the crowds and traffic, this very friendly Maine coastal community offers everything a boater needs, from provisioning to vessel service.
The reflections of a lighted Chihuly’s Fiori Boat at Biltmore
Chihuly first filled boats with glass in Nuutajärvi, Finland, during the “Chihuly Over Venice” project in 1995. After several days of glassblowing, Chihuly started tossing glass forms into the Nuutajoki river to see how they would look in the environment. As the glass floated downstream it was retrieved in wooden boats by local teenagers, inspiring Chihuly to begin massing forms into wooden boats, creating what would become the Boat series.
Named for the island of Niijima in Tokyo Bay, and for the small Japanese fishing floats Chihuly would find on the shores of Puget Sound as a child, Niijima Floats are very likely the largest glass spheres ever blown (up to 40 inches in diameter and up to 80 pounds). The Floats are generally displayed in groups, either indoors or outdoors. New Floats were blown for the Biltmore exhibition.