The New England southern coast offers some great sailing opportunities. Our premier offering this summer is Arabella, sailing
from Newport Rhode Island, America's yachting center. Visit Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Block Island and other ports along the way. There's plenty to do and see when experience the Arabella
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Sail The Historic New England Coast
From the Connecticut shore to Downeast Maine the New England coast is steeped in sailing tradition. This is where the largest wooden sailing vessels ever built
were launched in yards in Massachusetts and Maine.
Today, you can venture back to a quieter, simpler time, leaving the hectic pace of today's world behind. We feature vessels sailing from Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts as well as selected vessels of the world famous Maine Windjammer Fleet. A collection of 14 historic schooners, sailing the fabulous Maine coast.
As former schooner owners, we know ALL the vessels we list here personally and can advise you on the right one to fit your personality, schedule, and pocketbook.
So get ready to sail away on a great adventure. There's no place quite like the New England Coast in summer for a fabulous sailing vacation!
Capts. Rick and Karen invite you to explore the scenic coasts of Maine, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador. Share their of life on the sea aboard the renovated 90 foot Dutch fishing vessel, Wanderbird.
Their eco-tourism cruises reflect their great reverence for the natural world and its creatures. Trips feature informal education and interactive wildlife research projects. Join us in photographing and logging the position of whales and seabirds; and listening to and recording whale songs! A portion of our proceeds are donated to local animal shelters and wildlife rehabilitation facilities!
The ship has a comfortable, intimate setting - only 12 passengers per cruise, beautiful yacht-style furnished cabins and homemade gourmet food and pastries. Get away from it all and enjoy the splendor and serenity of nature with us.
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