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Schooner Surprise


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Capt. Jack & Barb Moore have been offering 2 hour daysails for 16 years, catering to adults and children over 12 - no more than 18 passengers. Non-smoking. Refreshments. Surprise is a 57 ft windjammer listed on the National Register.


Address: Camden Public Landing
Phone: 207-236-4687
Our Website:www.camdenmainesailing.com/

Come visit us in Camden, Maine

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