Who goes on Maine Windjammer Association cruise ships?
Ships that belong to Maine Windjammer Association draw a wide range of passengers; you'll meet honeymooners, retired couples, families with tween and teen children, and solo travelers. Each Windjammer ship has a minimum age requirement, with most vessels setting theirs between 12 and 16. Cruisers with mobility issues can rarely be accommodated, as most ships use ladders to move between decks.
Do I have to dress up on a Maine Windjammer Association cruise?
No. There is no dress code on any of the Maine Windjammer Association boats, and virtually everyone goes casual day and night.
Is everything free on Maine Windjammer Association cruises?
Your cruise fare includes all sailing-related activities and meals. There are no shore excursions provided or offered, so you'll need to make your own plans on land. Beverages are also not provided; you'll need to bring your own (with Stephen Taber and Ladona as exceptions). There's no Wi-Fi. , Tipping is at your discretion, but 10 to 15 percent is recommended.
What are Maine Windjammer Association’s most popular activities?
People choose Maine Windjammer Association because they love sailing, so you'll find most passengers participating at one time or another in helping to sail the ships. You'll also find people helping to cook, set the table and wash dishes. At other times, people find a cozy spot on deck to read a book or just soak up the sun. There are neither organized activities onboard nor any shore excursions; people explore landside on their own time in the evenings doing whatever interests them.
Best for: Sailing enthusiasts, anyone who wants to explore New England's charming coastline
Not for: Families with children under 10, anyone who doesn't want to spend full days at sea and cruisers looking for organized activities