Come sail away on our sailing trips in Maine. Enjoy sailing on your vacation and spend the day out on the water. Our sailing tours in Maine are a great activity for any traveler. You can relax and ride or learn to sail at one of our sailing schools. Our sailing adventures are a great addition to any vacation. Browse our sailing in Maine and plan your vacation today!
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Sailing & Yacht Charters Rockport, Maine - Sail the Schooner Heron for a fun and informative look at the history of Rockport Harbor. Sail across Penobscot Bay to see the seals and seabirds on Robinsons Rock, birthplace of Andre the Seal. Enjoy the thrill of sailing a classic wooden schooner.
Sailing & Yacht Charters Blue Hill, Maine - The Maine Windjammer Association's eight historic ships offer exciting 3- to 6-day sailing vacations along the Maine coast from May to October. Includes great food, spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and time to explore islands and villages.
Sailing & Yacht Charters Camden, Maine - Join us for a day sail on the historic waters of Penobscot Bay. As the sails fill, be carried off into the relaxing realm of beauty that the coast of Maine has to offer. Take part in observing lighthouses and island nature preserves from our decks.
Sailing & Yacht Charters Rockland, Maine - Bufflehead Sailing Charters offers a unique opportunity to experience Maine. Get on the water aboard this classic, see Rockland's working waterfront, lighthouses, panoramic vistas, seals and seabirds. More info and contact on sailrockland dot com.
Sailing & Yacht Charters Rockland, Maine - Experience authenic sailng on a historic Maine windjammer. See islands, wildlife, lighthouses and enjoy a traditional hearty meals cooked on a woodstove. Enjoy the rugged Maine coast from the right side...the ocean!
Sailing & Yacht Charters Rockland, Maine - The Schooner Stephen Taber offers 3-6 day sailing trips off the coast of Maine. Built in 1871 and based in Rockland, a trip aboard the Taber is unique, authentic, personal and relaxing. The ship carries 22 passengers and is a National Landmark.