…transporting you through the waters of beautiful Muscongus Bay to enchanting Monhegan Island. You’ll embark in the charming village of Port Clyde, at the tip of the St. George peninsula. Once passengers and freight are loaded on board, we steam out of the harbor past Marshall Point lighthouse. As we follow our protected route among pine-clad islands, we see birds of many varieties. Sometimes, porpoises and small whales rise from the water just beyond our bow. Our course usually takes us by lobstermen hauling their traps, schooners gliding before the wind, and pleasure craft of every description. On the return trip, we pass close to Seal Rock, where we often spot entire families of seals frolicking in the water and basking in the sun.
Whether it is a special occasion that deserves a unique celebration, a fund-raising cruise, or an outing for your family or group, our friendly, creative staff are ready to help you with the planning.
Come with us on a nature cruise! Every time we steam out of Port Clyde harbor, we know we’ll encounter some intriguing wildlife amid the stunningly beautiful seascapes that surround us.
For more than two centuries, lighthouses have stood guard all along the rockbound Maine coast. At night and in stormy weather, their beacons safely light the way for mariners.
Why not top off a summer day on the Maine coast with a sunset cruise on the scenic and protected waters surrounding Port Clyde? Nothing could be more pleasant.