We just had a charter cancel for the July 9th three night cruise. Here's an opportunity for your group to enjoy a short adventure over a long weekend. Thursday night to Sunday morning. If you don't have 25 friends for a full boat there are group discounts if you can find ten to come. And if you don't have ten I'll find some friends to come!
Twenty years ago we went to the first tall ship sail parade in Portland. They really rolled out the red carpet complete with this nifty reception.
Portland is the city by the sea, birthplace of Longfellow, cradle of the temperance movement, burned by the British during the revolution and burned again by errant fireworks July 4th, 1866. We'll be there in July for a celebration of Maine's 200th birthday.
In 2000, Boston went all out to welcome a bunch of vessels from all over the world to come celebrate. Talk about a party!
Staying ahead of somebody off Cape Ann in a race.
She's so far back I can't tell which schooner it is.
And this is what I mean by whale watching from the American Eagle
Broom at the main truck; either we won the race or
the schooner is for sale, or both.
A humpback adding some feathers to her lunch of sand eels
on Stellwagen Bank