Maine Lighthouses & Lobsters
|June 24 - 27, 2020||4 days||$795|
|July 10 - 13, 2020 w/ Windjammer Parade||4 days||$949|
|July 20 - 25, 2020||6 days||$1245|
|August 7 - 10, 2020||4 days||$949|
|August 16 - 19, 2020||4 days||$949|
|September 25 - 28, 2020||4 days||$813|
|May 26 - 30, 2020||5 days||$813|
All prices are listed per person and include lodging, meals, and shore excursions.
Maine Lighthouses. Maine Lobster.
Classic images that come to mind when you think of the Maine coast might include the rugged coastline, rocky beaches, and Maine Windjammers, lighthouses and lobsters. We have taken three of these iconic ideas and combined them into a unique vacation experience. With over 60 lighthouses in Maine and over 20 in our sailing grounds of Penobscot Bay, we will see as many Maine lighthouses as possible during our 4-day or 6-day Maine Lighthouses & Lobster Windjammer Cruises.
Some of the Maine lighthouses we might see are: Rockland Breakwater Light, Owls Head Light, Indian Island, Curtis Island, Marshall Point, Fort Point, Brown’s Head, Pumpkin Island, Saddleback Ledge Light, Goose Rocks Light, Grindle Point Light, Two Bush Island Light.
One evening we will go ashore and enjoy a traditional Maine Lobster bake with all you can eat lobster, corn, and all the fixings. Chef Annie will also feature lobster in other meals during your trip which could include Lobster Stew; Corn & Lobster Stuffed Pork Chop; Maine Lobster Rangoon; Lobster, Avocado, Basil Salsa; or a Lemon, Lobster Sun-dried Tomato Pizza.
So grab your camera and join us for a spectacular Maine Lighthouse & Lobster Cruise!