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|As a small outfitter, we specialize in custom tours and
personalized service. What we enjoy most is joining with guest paddlers in
designing unique experiences along the coast of Maine. The small size of our
guide outfit gives us the ability to provide you with a quality trip that best
matches your interests and abilities.
We most frequently take small groups of one to six paddlers and offer the opportunity to custom design your own trip. Unless you request to join another group, you (and your family or friends) will be the only ones on it.
Three ways to plan a trip:
1) You plan the trip; we help make sure it is a success.
2) We plan the trip together.
3) You let us know your interests, and we plan the trip.
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|Our featured trips are a great way to meet other paddlers and sample our most popular paddling destinations. These are pre-planned trips open to individuals, families, and small groups.|
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|Belfast Harbor||A scenic harbor filled with sailboats and lined by gracious seaside homes. Paddle either out the bay past City Park and the Monument, or paddle up the bay to City Point along the Passagassawakeag River.|
|Rockport Harbor||A beautiful narrow harbor filled with windjammers and backed by the Camden Hills. Paddle out to Indian Island and around Deadman's Point for a look up the coast toward Camden.|
|Lake Megunticook||A lake of spectacular beauty nestled amongst the Camden Hills. Paddle south from Norton Pond, through a culvert, an on into the beauty of Megunticook. Enjoy a break on the one of the tiny islands.|
|Sears Island||The largest undeveloped island on the east coast. Includes some sand beaches and views of the Camden Hills. Paddle southeast along the island from the causeway and then across Stockton Harbor to Squaw Head.|
|Blue Hill Harbor||A beautiful, narrow, protected harbor full of pleasure boats. For a longer trip, paddle out of the harbor and then southwest to Blue Hill Falls.|
|Moose Point||Paddle southeast from Belfast along a settled shoreline to the rocky, tree-lined shores Moose Point State Park. Enjoy the park's quiet trails or relax on the shore.|
|Fort Point||Rocky cliffs and a lighthouse at the mouth of the mighty Penobscot River. To reach here, paddle south from Steamboat Landing or east from Sears Island.|
|Flat, Ram, & Seal Islands||Two rugged islands and one low, gravelly island west of North Islesboro. Cross from quiet and beautiful Saturday Cove. Be on the lookout for seals throughout this trip.|
|Warren Island||This wooded island and state park is just southwest of the ferry landing on Islesboro. Cross from Lincolnville Beach or Ducktrap Harbor. Explore the footpaths of Warren Island.|
|Camden||Paddle out of the narrow Rockport Harbor, past Indian Island, and then northeast along the beautiful, rugged, estate-lined shoreline leading to Camden. Enjoy lunch and ice cream on the wharf in Camden.|
|Owls Head||A lighthouse which stands on high rugged cliffs at the entrance to Penobscot Bay. Paddle southeast out of Rockland Harbor and around Owls Head. Stop at one of the pocket beaches for lunch. If time permits, continue on to Monroe Island, part of the Maine Island Trail.|
|Muscongus Bay||A beautiful, varied chain of islands and ledges extending southwest from Port Clyde, toward Monhegan. Weave between unspoiled islands and ledges to the high bluffs of Allen Island. Lunch in a quiet channel between islands.|
|Muscle Ridge Islands||A fascinating archipelago of islands and ledges extending south from Thomaston. Paddle south from Ash Point or from South Thomaston, circle in a grand tour between the islands, and -- time and tide permitting -- continue along the western shore of Spruce Head before passing under the bridge and heading for home.|
|Islesboro northern circuit||A long, narrow island in the center of Penobscot Bay. Cross to Keller Point, Islesboro, from Saturday Cove, and then continue northeast along Islesboro to Turtle Head. From here, continue southeast to Castine or continue to circumnavigate Islesboro -- now along the southeastern shore. Portage at the narrows or continue south to Pendleton Point for the grand tour.|
|Islesboro southern circuit||A long, narrow island in the center of Penobscot Bay. Cross to Grindel Point, Islesboro, from Lincolnville Beach, and then continue southwest past Warren and 700 Acre islands to Pendleton Point. From here continue northeast to circumnavigate Islesboro -- or continue southeast to explore Job, Lime, and Lassell islands.|
|Butter Island / Great Spruce Island||A series of beautiful islands in East Penobscot Bay. From Blakeman Beach, Cape Rosier paddle southwest past Pond Island. Cross to Barred Island (both of which are part of the Maine Island Trail), and then turn south past Beach to Butter Island. Return by a circuitous route past Great Spruce Island and Resolution Island.|
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