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My husband and I went to Maine on a nice romantic getaway as well as to visit family. Being on the cost was absolutely spectacular with nature and scenic views always something to do not to mention lots of lobsters. A great couples destination.
We've been on many sailing trips and this one didn't disappoint! Captain and 1st Mate were both very knowledgable, friendly and a joy to get to know.
Our sail was 2 hours, 4-6 pm. Do bring cool weather gear as it can get very chilly....More
We decided last minute to take this 10am sail. It was relaxing and calm. There wasn't much wind that morning, but it was still a nice little sail. Got to see some harbor seals and some porpoises. Definitely would recommend this if you want to...More
We live in Maine so get to do these kind of trips often and this is one of the very best. Captain Bob is knowledgeable about the area and gives just enough history and humor to keep everyone happy. Our two hours went by way...More
Our hotel suggested we go on "A Morning in Maine" for the afternoon during our honeymoon and are we glad we did! We got to see more of the harbor than we could by car. Captain Bob and First Mate, Diane, were terrific. We loved...More
A highlight of our annual trip to the Mid-Coast area of Maine is a sail with Captain Bob Pratt and his first mate, Diane, on the Morning in Maine. Captain Bob is a marine biologist and former teacher who has a vast knowledge about the...More
My whole family enjoyed this trip very much. We wanted a boat that was designed for a smaller group than the big 40 person boats. The smaller group was comfortable and made it easy to interact. Captain Bob was great.
My wife and I went out with Captain Bob on a Sunday morning in October, just before the last day of the season. Although there were only 4 of us, and I am sure this was not a money maker for the Captain, he could...More