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Damariscove Island

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Damariscove Island

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Boothbay Harbor, ME
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Maine- Lighthouses, Lobster and Landscapes
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Maine- Lighthouses, Lobster and Landscapes
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Fine Art photographer to help you improve your photos or take plenty of wall worthy portraits<br><br>All lodging in small boutique hotels, family owned bed and breakfasts and historic hotels. <br><br>All dining when possible in local restaurants with a preference for Farm to Table or locally sourced ingredients<br><br>Non-Smoking<br><br>Historic points of interest, architecture and fine art stops included.
$3,269.24 per adult
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For a time this historical island hosted the oldest ongoing English-speaking settlement in America. Now part of it is available for visiting and hiking every summer while some of it is a bird preserve for most of the summer. There are history and nature guides that are very
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This was our first visit since the Nature Conservancy handed the island to the Boothbay Region Land Trust. No drastic changes, but the granite wharf has been improved, the museum has more information and the trail guides are wonderful. The small anchorage was less crowded than
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This island had European settlers that predate Plymouth plantation. Fascinating history on this island capturing the essence of 17th and 18th century America. Check out the tiny museum, hike to the lookout tower hill, cross over to the west-side of the island. This island has
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A Must Drive when in Boothbay along Route 96 down around point to lighthouse. Stop at Lobsterman's Wharf for Twinlobster lunch /dinner.
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Visited by private boat I'm not sure how one visits any other way. But if you can get there it is a magical place. It had a large thriving fishing community as early as the 1600s. Now deserted except for one private house and a caretakers cottage. There are several beautiful
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