Schooner J&E Riggin under sail by Elizabeth Poisson

Passengers on deck by Ben Krebs

 

Mexican Omelets on deck by Ben Krebs

 

Furling sailing at the end of the day by Ben Krebs

 

Hors d'oeuvres by Ben Krebs

 

 

At lobster Bake by Ben Krebs

 

 

 

 

Adventures for Your Spirit

Come experience a Maine sailing vacation along the rocky coast on the historic Maine Windjammer, Schooner J.& E. Riggin. Enjoy 3, 4, or 6-day eco-friendly sailing vacations as your windjammer cruise, departing from Rockland Maine, takes you past the spruce clad islands, unequaled rocky coastline and legendary lighthouse dotted bays of Penobscot Bay.

This unique travel experience is why over 65% of our passengers return year after year, not to mention the food!

 

What’s new?

- Need an armchair vacation or a bit of Riggin on the go? Come follow the Riggin @MaineWindjammer and/or Annie’s blog – @AtHomeAtSea on Instagram and join the Riggin on Pinterest.

- Hey hey knit, crochet, and fiber fans – Check out the fun 52 Skeins giveaway we are doing for the next year via our Maine Knitting Cruises!

 

What else is new?

- To celebrate temperatures above 15 degrees we are offering 15% off our May and June trips from now until March 31st. Take advantage today while space is still available.

Named “Best Windjammer Fare” - a Maine Classic in the Best of New England 2014 by Yankee Magazine as well as one of the places to visit along New England’s “Maritime Trail”.

 

 

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