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“Old Sow” whirlpool (Eastport, ME)

GETTING THERE: 44.9102,-66.9846 Depending on the tides, one can view the Old Sow Whirlpool at the head of Dog Island at the tip of Eastport. The Deer Isle Ferry also passes through it. WEBSITE: oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/old-sow.html
Eastport, ME

The Bath Iron Works Story Trolley Tour

Seasonal. Purchase your ticket in advance. More info here: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/events/biw-trolley-tours/
243 Washington St, Bath, ME 04530, United States, Bath, ME
(207) 443-1316

Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company

Cruises from Mid-May to October - Check website for detailed cruises schedule.
1 West Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609, United States
207-288-2386

Guildive Cruises

Daily departure from Castine. Weather permitted - check schedule and rate.
15 Sea Street, Castine, ME, United States, Castine, ME
207.701.1421

Cap’n Fish’s Whale Watch

Whale watch season begins in May and runs into October. We have one to two trips per day. July thru Labor Day we feature multiple cruises to the whale feeding grounds everyday.
42 Commercial St, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, United States, Boothbay Harbor, ME
1-207-633-3244

Windjammer Victory Chimes

Windjammer Victory Chimes is the only original three-masted schooner in the famed Maine Windjammer fleet, and is the last of her generation, a noble reminder of the Age of Sail.
Rockland, ME 04841
800-745-5651

Windjammer Isaac H. Evans

Windjammer Isaac H. Evans is an historic Maine vessel and a national landmark moored at the North End Shipyard in Rockland, Maine. The windjammer offers single-night or multi-night Maine sailing adventures on Penobscot Bay, often called the best cruising grounds in the world.
Rockland, ME 04841
207-594-7956

Schooner American Eagle

Schooner American Eagle has a variety of four-, five-, and six-night cruises to choose from, including moonlit sails as weather permits to accommodate just about any length vacation. Lighthouses, wildlife, and unspoiled scenery are part of every trip!
Front Street, Rockland, ME, United States, Rockland, ME 04841

Schooner Mary Day

2016 Schedule now available. Visit the website for cruises dates! Note: all cruises board the evening before the sailing date.
Camden, ME 04843
1-800-992-2218

Schooner Stephen Taber

We are located off 40 Tillson Avenue on Captain Richard Spear Drive in Rockland, Maine. All trips board in the evening. The ship sets sail the next morning. First meal served is breakfast, the morning we leave.
40 Tillson Avenue, Rockland, ME, United States, Rockland, ME 04841
1-800-999-7352
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42 Commercial St, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, United States, Boothbay Harbor, ME
Phone number: 1-207-633-3244
Website:
Hours:

Our whale watch season begins in May and runs into October. We have one to two trips per day. July thru Labor Day we feature multiple cruises to the whale feeding grounds everyday.

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132 State Route 32, New Harbor, ME 04554, United States, New Harbor, ME
Phone number: 207-677-2026
Website:
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Our 2016 season: May 21st - October 10th, 2016. Please check website for complete schedule information. Call 207-677-2026 for reservations.

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