Damariscotta River Cruises
The RiverTripper, is a comfortable, 50-foot passenger boat cruising the Damariscotta River.
Main Street Damariscotta, ME US 04543
2014 season: May 11 - Nov 16
Please check website for hours and special tours for 2014
cash and credit cards are accepted
Teciani, The RiverTripper, is a comfortable, 50-foot passenger boat cruising the tidal waters of the Damariscotta River. Featuring a full bar and the world-famous oysters of midcoast Maine, Teciani offers aquaculture and historic tours, sunset and music cruises daily, and is available for private parties and functions. Sailing from Damariscotta, midcoast, Maine. Phone: 888-635-4309. Web:
www.damariscottarivercruises.com, and www.facebook.com/damariscottarivercruises
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