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February 2014
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Music to Your Ears: Windjammers Feature Songs of the Sea and a Whole Lot More!

credit: JP Allen
Proving that live music and windjamming go hand in hand, last season we counted 28 different musical instruments carried aboard by guests and crew, plus an opera singer. This season we’ll feature everything from country, folk and celtic cruises to a Schooner Gam Jam for the whole fleet plus a steel drum waterfront dance.

Maine Windjammers Offer Free Excursions on Every Cruise!
Travelers with big-ship cruise experience know that every excursion comes with a price. Not so with the Maine Windjammer Association! Our all-inclusive cruises cover everything, even excursions and shore trips!
Piggyback Vacations To See More of What Maine Has To Offer.
Because Maine offers so much to do and see, many of our guests choose to piggyback vacations. Here are a few of Maine’s signature events that pair well with our windjammer cruises.
Fresh from the Galley
With so many cooks in the fleet, there is no shortage of delicious cookie recipes. Here are three variations for chocolate chip cookies, the perennial favorite.
End of the Day
Escorted by a yawl boat crew from the Stephen Taber, a swimmer enjoys a dip at the end of the day.
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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