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Things to do in Port Clyde

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Ranked #1 of 5 attractions in Port Clyde
Category: Lighthouses; Specialty Museums
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Ranked #2 of 5 attractions in Port Clyde
Category: Tours
Owner description: Monhegan Boat Line has provided year round ferry service to Monhegan Island for nearly 100 years. The Laura B and Elizabeth... more » Owner description: Monhegan Boat Line has provided year round ferry service to Monhegan Island for nearly 100 years. The Laura B and Elizabeth Ann offer three trips daily during the summer. Coastal Discovery Cruises are also available. The Puffin/Nature cruise visits Eastern Egg Rock after the captain hauls a lobster trap in Port Clyde. The Lighthouse Cruise views four lighthouses, including two only visible from sea or air. Scenic sunset cruises can include a boiled lobster dinner. « less
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Ranked #3 of 5 attractions in Port Clyde
Category: State Parks
Maine state park is home to Owl's Head lsighthouse.
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Ranked #4 of 5 attractions in Port Clyde
Category: Water sports
Owner description: We guide spectacular Sea Kayak Tours on the coast of Maine. We are off the beaten path in the tiny fishing village of Port... more » Owner description: We guide spectacular Sea Kayak Tours on the coast of Maine. We are off the beaten path in the tiny fishing village of Port Clyde. On our tours you are likely to see porpoises, seals, osprey, bald eagles, sea ducks, and shore birds. We pride ourselves in 5 star service. All skill levels welcome. Please visit us! « less
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Ranked #5 of 5 attractions in Port Clyde
Category: Boat Tours
Owner description: Tours aboard the “MisKim” consist of 2 hours on the water observing a real lobsterman at work. You will motor between islands... more » Owner description: Tours aboard the “MisKim” consist of 2 hours on the water observing a real lobsterman at work. You will motor between islands tending traps. Photograph Marshall Point Lighthouse from the movie “Forrest Gump.” Enjoy the raucous sound of gulls as they wheel overhead.The opportunity to observe seabirds is boundless, seals sunning themselves on rocks and an occasional porpoise is not unheard of. You may even encounter a whale! « less
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