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We took the one hour boat ride to Squirrel Island. We enjoyed our cruise. The captain did a nice narrative on the area. We saw a lighthouse and many other islands. We picked up a large group of passengers on Squirrel Islsnd, with their bags...More
We took the harbour cruise which was an hour long and gave a great taste of what was within Boothbay Harbour, although there were longer trips available this trip was long enough in the cooler weather. There was interesting commentary which was very informative. We...More
We were fortunate to go to Monhegan on a gorgeous day at the end of September: bright blue sky, perfect temperature. The boat left Boothbay Harbor on time and the captain shared interesting information on the way to the island about what we were seeing...More
Took the 9:30 a.m. Balmy Days II over to Monhegan from Boothbay Harbor to spend a couple of days hiking around the island and simply getting away from it all. We chose Boothbay over Port Clyde because the distance is a little less from Boston...More
This was an amazing trip! The staff was so very friendly and helpful!
The boat was clean, the bathrooms were very clean!
You can choose to sit inside, on the upper deck or the bow of the boat.
The staff was very knowledgeable about the...More
The ship had two decks, a snack bar, and bathrooms. The crew was friendly and the captain provided commentary on the different islands, lighthouses, and general history of the area as we traveled to Monhegan Island. It was a comfortable trip to and from the...More
Although the weather wasn't what we'd hoped for on a sunrise photography cruise, the captain did a fantastic job getting us in the right position every time for the best photographic opportunities. Even to the point of stopping and backing up the boat for better...More
The tour started with a beautiful cruise across Boothbay Harbor to Burnt Island. The tour guides were amazing. They were in costume and told great stories of the Lighthouse as if they were the light keeper and his family during the 50's. It was educational...More
The boat ride there and back is fantastic. You are liable to see whales, porpoises, tuna, seals, etc. The weather and sea seas were amazing when we went so it was super smooth and a comfy boat. You can choose your seat, we sat at...More
I believe we saw 4 or 5 lighthouses. On the cruise out to a Monhegan, a few were at a distance, but there was one beautiful one that we were close enough to get some great photos. Of course, there is the one at Monhegan... More
I believe we saw 4 or 5 lighthouses. On the cruise out to a Monhegan, a few were at a distance, but there was one beautiful one that we were close enough to get some great photos. Of course, there is the one at Monhegan that you can climb up to, where there is a fabulous museum that includes art by Kent, Bellows, Porter, among others, as well as photos, artifacts, etc. related to the history of the island. It’s possible that other cruises available focus more on the lighthouses in the area,
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There is inside seating. The bathroom another traveler mentioned is attached to the ice cream shop but is not public it is privately owned with a suggested donation to keep it available. The locals dont follow the leash law... More
There is inside seating. The bathroom another traveler mentioned is attached to the ice cream shop but is not public it is privately owned with a suggested donation to keep it available. The locals dont follow the leash law for their own dogs and are not extremly vistor friendly as it seemed that we were in their way as they went about their daily duties.