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New England Sailing Adventures

Sail the New England Coast and Maritime Canada

As exciting, historic and pretty a coastline as you'll find anywhere. We offer a variety of sailing cruises along the New England and Canadian shoreline, destinations from Newport, Rhode Island to Newfoundland.

We can pick you up in Wood's Hole and do Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Or, we can start in Provincetown and sail overnight to Maine's Monhegan Island and into fabled Penobscot Bay then up to Mount Desert and Acadia National Park.

Would you like to transit the Cape Cod Canal, relive history and follow the Mayflower into Plymouth? Or visit Boston and understand the significance of holdng this port during the American Revolution. Or see whales on Stellwagan Bank and realize how this summer feeding ground is vitally important to the whales' survival and the rersearch that accompanies it. Perhaps hang out in Cape Cod Bay, visit Provincetown and partake in a summertime destination unlike any other!

Further downeast there are the Isles of Shoals off New Hampshire to sail through. In Maine, Casco Bay, Booth Bay, Blue Hill Bay and Frechmens Bay, the latter known as a French hideout when the French and English were battling for control of North America. And then Acadia National Park. Join us and don't miss this national treasure. Sail into the first fiord north of South America, Somes Sound, and learn of its geology.

Join us for a day biking the carriage roads and stopping for popovers at the Jordan Pond House. We can take a climb to the top of Mt. Champlain and have an unforgetable sunrise atop Cadillac Mountain, the first place to see the morning sun in the U.S.. Off course we can visit Bar Harbor, naturalist programs and our favorite lobster pound.

Further downeast? Perhaps the Bras d'Or Lakes of Nova Scotia or the remarkable two tiny French islands, St. Pierre and Miquelon, off the southern coast of fiord indented Newfoundland. How much adventure do you have in you?? We're ready when you are!


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