The Maine Windjammer Association
Maine Windjammer Association Newsletter
June 2013
/ VOLUME 12  / ISSUE 6  
Favorite Anchorage: Ketch Angelique!

photo: Nat Turner
The Angelique welcomes 31 passengers and 7 crew.

On the deck of the Angelique, Captain Mike McHenry is enjoying one of his chef’s fabulous blueberry muffins baked fresh in the galley when we asked, “Do you have a favorite anchorage?”

photo: Bridget Rolfe
Passengers row ashore to explore islands, quaint villages and beaches along Maine's coast.

He said, “A favorite?! That’s tough. I guess I’d pick Tom Cod Cove. I like it because it’s fairly tight – surrounded by woods and trees and there are not a whole lot of boats there. We always see porpoises and seals because it’s right off of Holbrook Island Nature Center – that’s part of Maine’s sanctuary system. It’s just beautiful. There’s so much wildlife.

credit: Holbrook Island Sanctuary
The Holbrook Island Sanctuary.

“As a captain, I like to treat my guests to these beautiful spots where they can poke around, stretch their legs, go exploring. I have a whole collection up my sleeve!”

courtesy: Angelique
Captain Mike's passion for Maine's natural history makes him a great captain.

Every day during the sailing season, Maine windjammer guests have the opportunity to experience pristine landscapes, quaint villages and uninhabited islands. After a week on the Penobscot Bay, guests also have a hard time choosing a favorite!

Reader's Choice 2013 Voted #1
New England Attraction's Reader's Choice Awards 2013
1,000 Places to See Proud to be featured in New York Times bestseller: 1000 Places to See Before You Die Leave No Trace Preserving our nation's natural areas in partnerhip with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
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