Mission Statement
To promote growth, prosperity, and cooperation within the marine industry in Maine; to encourage and publicize educational opportunities leading to and furthering careers in the marine trades; and to encourage and assist in the development of best practices in the marine industry with a focus on the environment, and health and safety.

About Our Organization
The Maine Marine Trade Association was incorporated as a not-for-profit trade association in 1966. Today – more than 50 years from our creation – the tradition of strong volunteer participation continues with support and guidance provided by an all-volunteer Board of Directors.

About Our Activities
MMTA is committed to serving the needs of its members by providing quality programs and services focusing on workplace safety, environmental compliance and training. Our Annual Conference & Business Meeting serves as a major training and networking event for the membership.

MMTA provides a powerful voice in advocating for the industry with State and Federal regulatory agencies and the legislature. We believe strongly that working with government can, and does, provide positive outcomes for our members, our employees, our customers, our communities and the State of Maine.


Joan Fetsko
Pemaquid Marine
New Harbor

Vice President
Jill Jacobs
New Meadows Marina

Robert Armstrong
Lyman Morse Boatbuilding

Ben Ford
Verrill Dana


Executive Director
Stacey Keefer
PO Box 1472
Rockland, ME 04841


Robert Armstrong
Lyman Morse Boatbuilding

Steve Arnold
Yarmouth Boat Yard

Paul Belesca
Chebeague Island Boat Yard
Chebeague Island

Kevin Burns
Back Cove Yachts and Sabre Yachts
Rockland/ Raymond

Neil Collins
Derecktor Robinhood Marine Center

Leon MacCorkle
Padebco Custom Boats
Round Pond

Chris Richmond
Allen Insurance & Financial

Jeff Stack
Maine Yacht Center

Jaime Weir
John Williams Boat Company
Mt. Desert

Promoting Growth, Prosperity &
Cooperation Within the Marine
Industry in Maine

Promoting Growth, Prosperity &
Cooperation Within the Marine
Industry in Maine