About Maine Windjammer Association Cruises
The Maine Windjammer Association is made up of individual ship captains dedicated to preserving Maine's maritime history. Collectively, the fleet's eight ships, all independently owned and operated, welcome more than 4,000 visitors each sailing season.
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