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    A large crowd gathers to watch students from the Landing School christen newly finished boats in Kennebunkport, including a Arundel-19 center console, based on the classic Jericho Bay lobster boat.

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    Gresley Langbein of Hermon, left, and Alex Wilts of Richmond, Va., launch a 14-foot Maine Coast Peapod they helped build after it was christened.

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    A 6-foot model of a green lobster boat at the Landing School, where students will start working on a 21-foot version this summer.

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    A crowd watches as students launch a 13-foot Catspaw dinghy.

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    Gresley Langbein of Hermon gets set to launch a 14-foot Maine Coast Peapod he helped build.

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    Ben Fearn of Aiea, Hawaii, left, and Jarrett Adorno of Bronx, N.Y., students from the Landing School, launch a 13-foot Catspaw dinghy in Kennebunkport. The sail was made by an after-school program in Philadelphia.

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    Jake Procino, center, a student from the Landing School, shows the Arundel-19 that he helped build to his father, Michael Procino, right, and grandfather Pat Procino before it is christened in Kennebunkport. The students used locally sourced wood to reduce the carbon footprint.

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    A 14-foot Maine Coast Peapod, carvel planked with Alaskan yellow cedar, made by students from the Landing School, is ready to launch June 16 in Kennebunkport, along with other newly finished boats from the school.

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