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S.E.A. Ltd.

John P. McKean, Proprietor

3 Lily Pond Dr.

Camden, ME 04843

 

(207)-236-8353
1-800-233-PIER

© 2001-2009 S.E.A. Ltd.

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Schooner Appledore sailing in the waters of Penobscot Bay, near Camden, Maine. Spring, summer, or fall, a cruise on the 86-foot Schooner Appledore - the largest vessel offering short daysails out of Camden Harbor - is the very best way to experience the coast of Maine.

 

The Appledore sails four times a day, seven days a week, past evergreen islands and picturesque lighthouses. Schooner Appledore sailing in the waters of Penobscot Bay, near Camden, Maine. We routinely see seals, osprey, eagles and porpoises on our two-hour sightseeing daysail adventures. Watch lobstermen haul their traps. Enjoy the majestic vistas of the coastal mountains and glorious sunsets.

 

The Appledore departs from and returns to Bayview Landing at the heart of Camden Harbor. The Appledore has an abundance of comfortable seating, plus a broad deck you can stroll without ever having to duck the rigging. You are welcome to stretch out and relax, help raise the sails or take a turn at the wheel and experience first-hand the thrill of sailing a tall ship.

 

Sunset over Camden Hills, seen from the decks of the Schooner Appledore II.          Bow of the Schooner Appledore II.

 

Schooner Appledore sailing in the waters of Penobscot Bay, near Camden, Maine. The Appledore is a traditional wooden windjammer that was designed for adventure. Seaworthy and stable, she was built in Maine in 1978. She has sailed around the world, and her exciting voyages have been chronicled in two books.

 

 

For All Daysails and Sunset Cruises:

  • Credit cards and checks accepted.
  • Blankets provided for your comfort.
  • Cocktails, beer, wine, and soft drinks are available for purchase.