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Extend Your Stay!

credit: National Park Service, Kristi Rugg

Known by the moniker “Vacationland,” Maine has so much to offer visitors that Maine Windjammer Association captains encourage their guests to spend a few extra days exploring hill and dale either before or after their cruise.

These guests keeping coming back – find out why!
Having sailed between 15 – 32 times, these guests know exactly what keeps them returning to Maine year after year.
Plan Your Vacation Around the Stars!
Without a lot of light pollution, Maine is the perfect place for brilliant stargazing, and guests aboard the tall ships of the windjammer fleet have front-row seats.
Get Smart: Some Cruises Put the Focus on Learning
Schooners Mary Day and Victory Chimes offer guests a chance to learn more about Tallship Sailing & Seamanship and Geology.
Fresh from the Galley: Accommodating Special Diets is Easy as Pie!
Paleo? Gluten Free? Allergic to Peppers? No Problem! Accommodating Special Diets is Easy as Pie.
End of the Day
Ed DeMellier captures the last light of day aboard Schooner Mary 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 Code of Excellence MWA Windjamming: The Way a Vacation Should Be!
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