2018-07-06 / Front Page

On the water



Cape Elizabeth siblings Eliot Erickson, 17, and Aliza Erickson, 14, leave the public boat launch near Bug Light in South Portland, Monday, July 2, in the family’s 19-foot Seaway skiff, "Nirvelli” – a Native American word that means “water child.” Eliot has a student lobstering license from the Maine Department of Marine Resources that allows him to haul 150 traps, from which he services a variety of wholesale and retail customers, has created a video about youth lobstering that can be viewed online at EliotErickson.com. (Todd Erickson courtesy photo) Cape Elizabeth siblings Eliot Erickson, 17, and Aliza Erickson, 14, leave the public boat launch near Bug Light in South Portland, Monday, July 2, in the family’s 19-foot Seaway skiff, "Nirvelli” – a Native American word that means “water child.” Eliot has a student lobstering license from the Maine Department of Marine Resources that allows him to haul 150 traps, from which he services a variety of wholesale and retail customers, has created a video about youth lobstering that can be viewed online at EliotErickson.com. (Todd Erickson courtesy photo)

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