Experience the seaside area of Camden—a scenic waterfront, hiking trails, and sights from Camden Hills State Park to Rockport Marine Park.
Seafood, Ports and Sea
Your sunset sailing cruise departs from Bayview Landing, at the heart of Camden Harbor. Mariners consider Camden Harbor one of the most beautiful in New England. Framed by the mountains greeting the sea, Camden is one of only two places along the Atlantic seaboard where the mountains drop off into the ocean.
Our day sail on the Appledore II schooner departs from Bayview Landing, taking you out of Camden Harbor. Camden is often called the “jewel of the Maine coast” which becomes clear as you sail past the impressive lighthouse, Curtis Island Light, dating from 1836 and into Penobscot Bay.
Enjoy a 2-day 1-night trip from Boston to Acadia Nation Park. On the first day of the trip head north to Portland, Maine and enjoy the city. In Portland there is an OPTIONAL For Williams Park & Portland Lighthouse.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Schooner Appledore II Windjammer Cruise, 18 Bayview Landing Next to Camden Town Landing / I waterside of Peter Otts Restaurant, Camden, ME 04843-2249 If you always wanted to sail your own wooden ship, this is your chance.
This tour introduces you to a mix of some of the areas oldest and newest establishments while showcasing the culinary creativity that is alive and well in Boothbay Harbor. Join our friendly, local tour guides and be introduced to six locally owned businesses to explore and taste their delectable, native-to-Maine foods.
Camden, Maine is a quintessential New England coastal town, dating back to 1768. Your sunset sailing cruise departs from Bayview Landing, at the heart of Camden Harbor. Mariners consider Camden Harbor one of the most beautiful harbors in New England, framed by the mountains greeting the sea.