Maine Windjammer Association
An overnight cruise aboard a Maine windjammer gives guests a different vantage point for viewing the familiar rocky coasts of Maine and Acadia National Park.
An overnight cruise aboard a Maine windjammer gives guests a different vantage point for viewing the familiar rocky coasts of Maine. With 360-degree views, guests have the ability to watch lobstermen pull traps into their boats, view wildlife in its natural habitat, and see a national treasure, Acadia National Park, all while sailing quietly on the deck of a windjammer.
For 3 to 6 days, each Maine Windjammer Association captain serves as a personal tour guide, giving you the inside scoop on history, geology, who's who on the coast, famous homes of early rusticators, and coastal communities, and sharing anecdotes about life on the sea. While there is no itinerary when sailing aboard a windjammer, guests can plan on seeing plenty of wildlife and spectacular scenery before dropping anchor at the end of the day.
The windjammer season generally runs from mid-May to mid-October, and each windjammer carries 16 to 40 guests. For more information about seeing Maine from the sea aboard a Maine Windjammer Association vessel, visit SailMaineCoast.com.
See website for cruises, times and departure locations.
Phone: 800-807-WIND or 207-701-1164.
Address: boats depart from Camden and Rockland, Maine - approximately 1.5-2 hours from Bar Harbor, Maine.
Perks Discount: 5% Off 2017 Tickets