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Charters and Cruises - Maine Statewide

Charter a sightseeing or fishing boat to take you on a journey down the rocky coastlines of Maine. From Lubec to Kittery, ME, past Bar Harbor, Boothbay and Portland, ME, these ships can whisk you away on a trip that's classically New England: lighthouse views, lobster dinners, small port towns, rocky coast and glorious wilderness.

View from Breakwater Drone - A Morning in Maine - Rockland, ME
A Morning in Maine

3 Park Drive Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-691-7245

Discover the beauty of Penobscot Bay with a cruise or charter aboard a 55-foot ketch

Daily sailing cruises and private charters aboard the 55-foot ketch Morning in Maine are a great way to see the natural and historic features that make Penobscot Bay so special. Take a two-hour cruise, a sunset cruise, a science cruise with a science educator or a six-hour trip out to Monroe Island, ME to go beachcombing or hiking and then back to the boat for a lobster picnic lunch. The boat accommodates 21 passengers, who’ll see everything from seabirds and porpoises to historic schooners and lighthouses. Monday morning day sails out of Rockland, ME are especially picturesque, as the schooners sail out of the harbor for their weeklong cruises. Looking for a fun idea for your party or family gathering? Reserve the boat for a two-hour, sunset, half-day, six-hour or full-day charter.
Sailing Cruise - Maine Windjammers - Camden, ME
Maine Windjammer Association

Sailing from Ports in Rockland and Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: Toll-Free: 800-807-9463

Windjammer association offers a variety of themed and non-themed cruises

When it comes to cruises, it’s all about variety with the nine members of the Maine Windjammer Association fleet. With accommodations for 16 to 31 guests, the vessels are ideal for private charters. And scheduled cruises include everything from grandparents/grandkids cruises to those for painters, photographers, lighthouse-lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Join a cruise with an eye toward watching the Perseid meteor showers, or fall foliage; sign on to a yoga cruise or one celebrating craft beers or one where you’ll be part of the Great Schooner Race. Or, prepare to sit back and relax on a cruise with no itinerary except that dictated by the wind. Cruises feature fabulous home-cooked meals (including an on-shore lobster bake), and evening entertainment from music to games to storytelling.