Penobscot Bay, and Beyond…
Winding from Point Clyde to Naskeag Point—home of WoodenBoat Publications—Penobscot Bay has more than 1,000 miles of coastline. The Bay itself has hundreds of islands. To the northeast lie Mount Desert and Acadia National Park, and to the southwest are Muscongus Bay and Casco Bay.
On your cruise of the region, you can explore working waterfronts, distinct island communities, and thousands of acres of pristine conservation land. You'll wind through narrow passages threading through granite outcrops, arrive at hidden harbors and coves, make passages driven by a reliable afternoon seabreeze, and dine at elegant restauarants gracing the most unexpected places.