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category : Windjamming
Sail on the newest Maine windjammer in the fleet, built in 1983 along the traditional lines of the schooners that navigated the waters off the coast of Maine more than a hundred years ago. Attention has been given to the details that will assure you the best windjammer cruise around.


Address: 11 Front Street
Phone: (207) 594-8007
Our Website:www.schoonerheritage.com/

Come visit us in Rockland, Maine

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Maine Eastern Railroad

Scheduled excursion train service through the Mid-Coast Region of Maine aboard restored, air conditioned "Streamliners". Travel from Brunswick to the seaport of Rockland with additional stops at Bath and Wiscasset. Take a rail excursion to Mid-Coast attractions, stay at one of the many hotels and B&

Rockland, ME Excursions

Schooner Heritage

Sail on the newest Maine windjammer in the fleet, built in 1983

Rockland, ME Windjamming

Schooner Stephen Taber

This nations oldest documented sailing vessel in continuous service, built in 1871

Rockland, ME Windjamming

Schooner Isaac H. Evans

Isaac H. Evans was built in Mauricetown, New Jersey in 1886 and spent many years oystering on the Delaware Bay. In 1973 she was completely rebuilt for the windjamming trade. 3,4 & 6 day cruises. Passengers: 22

Rockland, ME Windjamming


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