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2 Maine Windjammer Association Canada & New England Cruise Reviews

What more could we have asked for?: Excellent food, great captain and crew, great shipmates, beautiful vessel, opportunities to learn how to sail, no one under 16, no smoking, no power, great for retirees, hands on experience. We were ... Read More
What more could we have asked for?: Excellent food, great captain and crew, great shipmates, beautiful vessel, opportunities to learn how to sail, no one under 16, no smoking, no power, great for retirees, hands on experience. We were the only first timers on the French......Once you have sailed the French, it's hard to think of sailing with anyone else....This is truly an authentic sailing experience from the 1800s complete with 'cozy' cabins, wood stove cooking, and only the wind to propel you...experience of a lifetime. This particular sailing was during the Windjammer festival. We returned to Camden harbor on the 31st to a town ready for fireworks and fun, as the passengers and crews joined in on a talent show in the park. The night was clear and it was a fitting end to a marvelous experience. The farewell breakfast was bittersweet as we bid good bye to all the new friends we made. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
We have sailed on everything from the Oasis of the Seas (Royal Caribbean) to crewed catamarans in the BVI's. Always was curious about sailing on a windjammer along the Maine coast, now glad we did it and the Mary Day was a great ... Read More
We have sailed on everything from the Oasis of the Seas (Royal Caribbean) to crewed catamarans in the BVI's. Always was curious about sailing on a windjammer along the Maine coast, now glad we did it and the Mary Day was a great choice. The ship itself is immaculate and stable, the crew of seven was always busy cleaning and maintaining the boat. Cabin was adequate, nothing fancy but comfortable....your not taking this type of cruise to sit in the cabin. Dining was extraordinary, unbelievable shore-front lobster bake, prime rib the last night with home made ice cream, fresh baked muffins all done on a wood burning stove. Captain and crew all seemed to play some kind of instrument and would play during the evening. Our particular cruise had fifteen passengers, pretty much ratio of 2 to 1, their goal was to make people comfortable, which they definitly accomplished. Other than sailing we did go ashore and visited the Wooden Boat School in Brooklin, ME, again very interesting, nice store and a good opportunity for some exercise. Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
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