Schooner Isaac H. Evans
What better way to experience the rugged and beautiful coast of Maine than aboard a tall ship? That is the essence of a Maine Windjammer Cruise. Sailing the coast of Maine aboard a majestic, historic, sailing ship, many of which are members of the Maine Windjammer Association.
Cruising the . . . → Read More: Maine Windjammer Cruise
Black Dog Tall Ships got its start in 1964 when Captain Robert S. Douglas commissioned the construction of a topsail schooner based upon the design of an 1850 revenue cutter. Christened the Shenandoah, it is 108 feet long and has no auxiliary power.
The Tall Ship Alabama
The Alabama joined the Shenandoah as . . . → Read More: Black Dog Tall Ships – Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts
The Schooner Rachel B. Jackson is a Coast Guard inspected and certified schooner sailing out of Southwest Harbor, Maine, 25 minutes southwest of Bar Harbor. It is a 52 foot replica of an 1890s coastal schooner.
The Rachel B. Jackson provides day sails among the Cranberry Islands and Somes Sound feature views of Acadia . . . → Read More: Schooner Rachel B. Jackson – Southwest Harbor, Maine
The Margaret Todd is a 151-foot, four-masted, schooner. Built in 1911, the Margaret Todd is the only four-masted schooner sailing New England waters.
Margaret Todd Windjammer Cruises last from an hour and a half to two hours – time spent cruising among the islands of Frenchman’s Bay. Three cruises are offered daily throughout . . . → Read More: Margaret Todd Windjammer Cruises – Bar Harbor, Maine