Maine Windjammer Association
Offering 3- to 6-day sailing vacations along Maine's midcoast.
P. O Box 1144 Blue Hill, ME US 04614
Cruises available from late May to mid October.
(207) 374-2993, (800)-807-WIND
Founded in 1977, the Maine Windjammer Association represents the largest fleet of traditional sailing schooners in North America. All 10 Maine windjammers are individually owned and operated by U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captains who work together to ensure the highest standards of safety, comfort and professionalism. Sailing from Camden and Rockland.
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