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  • Liberty Fleet of the Tall Ships
    The 80 ft. Schooner Liberty is a steel hulled replica of early 1800's schooners used as cargo carrying vessels and by New England fishermen. The 125 ft. Schooner Liberty Clipper is a steel vessel that is a replica of a 19th century clipper ship. We offer tall ship cruises in New England, the Chesapeake Bay and the Caribbean Islands of the Bahamas and Virgin Islands. Boston, Massachusetts
    http://www.libertyfleet.com/
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  • Maine Windjammer Association
    Embark on the Sailing Vacation of a Lifetime. Set sail on a tall ship, windjammer cruise and experience the coast of Maine's scenic beauty from the sea. Choose from 13 owner-operated Maine Windjammer Association (MWA) ships to enjoy a magnificent Maine sailing vacation, take a turn at the helm or simply sit back and enjoy the ever-changing view.
    http://www.sailmainecoast.com/
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  • Maine Windjammer Cruises
    Maine Windjammer Cruises is the original Windjammer Fleet established in 1936. First to offer the opportunity to sail Maine coast waters aboard former cargo schooners, our National Landmark windjammers continue to provide affordable all inclusive sailing vacations. Come re-live the great days of sail on our tall-masted schooners and spend carefree days among the islands of Maine. Welcome aboard the National Landmark schooners Grace Bailey and Mercantile . After serving prominent careers in the coastal cargo trade, these turn of the century tall ships became part of "Windjammer Cruises". The Mistress is our specialty boat because she is a blend of a traditional schooner and private yacht. The "princess" of our fleet, she was built on Deer Isle, Maine, on the same lines as the old coastal schooners, but with modern accommodations below decks. Camden, Maine
    http://www.mainewindjammercruises.com/
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  • Moshulu Cafe
    Now operating as a Cafe, Restaurant and Bar in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Moshulu is the largest four-masted sailing ship in the world still afloat.
    http://www.moshulu.com/
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  • Northwest Schooner Society updated
    The Northwest Schooner Society facilitates training opportunities for sailors, boatwrights and educators who share our view that many of our maritime traditions offer useful insights and strategies for living in today's world. It is our belief that in life, as on a ship, we move forward by working together, by looking out for one another we promote our own safety and by understanding the environment we can harness its power for the betterment of all. The Northwest Schooner Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax exempt organization, founded in 1994 to allow more people to experience the excitement and challenge of old-fashioned seamanship, twenty-four hours a day. NWSS volunteers maintain, crew and teach sail craft aboard the Society's own schooner Lavengro as well as offering programming and training opportunities aboard the privately owned schooner Zodiac. Seattle, Washington
    http://www.nwschooner.org/
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  • Nova Scotia Schooner Association
    The object of the Association is: To preserve, maintain and further interest in Nova Scotia schooners of all types, i.e. vessels built in the province fore and aft rigged with two or more masts; In co-operation with the Maritime Museum of Canada to collect all possible information on schooners, their builders, owners, histories, pictures, etc.; To hold Schooner Races in Nova Scotia waters at least once each year to determine the Nova Scotian Schooner Championship; To stimulate the design and construction of schooner-type vessels in the Province of Nova Scotia; to improve the facilities for yachtsmen in Nova Scotia.
    http://www.nsschooner.ca/
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  • NW Windjammer Fleet
    Pacific Northwest Schooner Association. Composed of the largest fleet of associated sailing schooners in the US, we include a wide variety of ship sizes, designs and histories. Ranging from the 50ft Pinky Schooner Pleiades to the impressive 160ft, 147 ton Schooner Zodiac, and a diverse range of schooners in between. Most are available for charter sailing adventures in the Pacific Northwest and the San Juan and Gulf Islands. Surveying this fleet, one can receive a quick education in the history and beauty of schooner design and evolution in North America. Many of the ships are privately owned and sailed, but two thirds of the fleet operates as charter vessels. Available for private sails and group charters, sailing opportunities range from afternoon daysails to several week adventures in some of the most pristine and beautiful waters on the planet!
    http://nwwindjammers.com/
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  • Oliver Hazard Perry
    Education at Sea. Oliver Hazard Perry is the Rhode Island built Tall Ship providing our state and nation with a 200-foot long, three-masted Sailing School Vessel that joins the select fleet of Class-A size Tall Ships hosted by the world's maritime nations. With this extraordinary ship we provide education and adventure at sea programs to youth and all ages while proudly advancing our Ocean State’s rich nautical heritage. We achieve our mission in collaboration with educational institutions and the marine industry with a sustainable plan that promotes our sea-faring heritage with programs that serve as symbols for our stewardship of the Ocean State's maritime environment. Newport, Rhode Island
    http://www.ohpri.org/
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  • One & All
    The flagship of South Australia. Based in South Australia on the original rig of a classic 1850's brigantine the One and All is no replica. Launched in 1985 her 30-metre(100ft) hull is constructed of the Australian timbers, iron bark, jarrah and Huon pine to the modern standards of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority and is surveyed to sail the oceans of the world.
    http://oneandall.net.au/
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  • Portland Schooner Company
    Sail with us on an authentic sailing vessel steeped in history — and have the experience of a lifetime. Bagheera and Wendameen provide the perfect vantage point to enjoy some of Maine’s most beautiful sights and sounds — from the deck of a storied wooden schooner built in the early 20th century. The 88-foot schooner Wendameen, like Bagheera, was designed by the famed yacht designer John Alden. Portland, Maine
    http://www.portlandschooner.com/
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  • PPL Photo Agency
    PPL holds the Official Archive to the Cutty Sark Tall Ships races and Sail Training Association, and holds dramatic pictures off just about every sail training ship in the world. PPL Photo Agency is the source for waterports and Sub-Aqua pictures with more than 2 million pictures on file, this is the largest marine photo source in the world. Arundel, West Sussex, England
    http://pplmedia.com/
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  • Pride of Baltimore II
    Pride of Baltimore II is a reproduction of an 1812-era Baltimore Clipper privateer. She is Maryland’s working symbol of the great natural resources and spectacular beauty of the Chesapeake Bay region, and a reminder of America's rich maritime heritage. Baltimore, Maryland
    http://www.pride2.org/
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  • Rederij Bark EUROPA
    Since 1994 the barque EUROPA has roamed the seas of the world and built up the reputation of a ship that really sails. A professional crew of 14 and a complement of 48 voyage crewmembers of all ages and nationalities sail her. Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    http://www.barkeuropa.com/
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  • Rhoda Mary
    Providing vocational training in the maritime trades to young people in Cornwall and across the UK through the reconstruction and operation of the legendary Cornish 19th century sailing vessel, the Rhoda Mary. An exciting new initiative to rescue, rebuild and operate the famous West Country schooner Rhoda Mary for the benefit of young people from Cornwall and beyond and the public in general. Cornwall, England, UK
    http://www.rhoda-mary.co.uk/
    (Added: Tue Dec 15 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sail Angelique
    Angelique was built in 1980 specifically for the Maine windjammer trade with passenger comfort in mind. Her steel and wood construction combine the 21st-century's highest safety standards and the authenticity of classic 19th-century English Channel and North Sea windjammers.
    http://www.sailangelique.com/
    (Added: Tue Nov 18 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sail Mycia Wooden Schooner
    The Mycia is a hand-made, wooden, gaff-rigged, American sailing-fishing schooner, approx. 73 feet from bowsprit to stern. Sailing adventures, custom cruises, and excursions in the Pacific Northwest (Washington state and British Columbia) and Alaska are offered by exclusive arrangement with Captain John Maher, Melinda Trenary (his wife), and Captain Darcey Maher (one of their daughters). Port Townsend, Washington
    http://www.sailmycia.com/
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  • Sail Training Tall Ship Eye of The Wind
    Come aboard one of the last traditional sailing ships of our time! The hundred-year-old brig Eye of the Wind will take you to the most enchanting sailing areas and the most beautiful harbours. Find out for yourself about the charm of this magnificent ship as part of an attractive theme trip, high-quality leadership training, a corporate event or an individual charter. Previous sailing experience is not required in order to sail on our windjammer. Relax under the sails in harmony with nature and the sea. "Let your spirit set sail!" In the summer months it is the Western Baltic Sea and the winter months it is the Caribbean Sea.
    http://www.eyeofthewind.net/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sailing Ship Adventures
    Climb aboard one of these majestic sailing ships and set sail to exotic locations. Experience life at sea up close, on vessels ranging in size from 6 passenger Schooners to 300 passenger Tall Ships. We book voyages for our customers on a wide variety of sailing ships ranging from the largest full rigged tall ship in the world (The Royal Clipper, at over 400 feet in length) to smaller vessels (ranging from 60 to 100 feet in length), as well as aboard crewed chartered yachts. Our ships sail to destinations through the world, ranging from popular itineraries in the Caribbean and Mediterranean Seas, to ocean crossings, to exotic areas such as the fjords of Patagonia, the Andaman Sea, and the Queen Charlotte Islands.
    http://www.sailingshipadventures.com/
    (Added: Tue Oct 25 2005) - Report this link as bad!
  • San Diego Maritime Museum
    The Maritime Museum of San Diego enjoys a worldwide reputation for excellence in restoring, maintaining and operating historic vessels. The museum has one of the world's finest collections of historic ships, including the world's oldest active ship Star of India. Our collection of ships and exhibits are available for daily public tours. San Diego, California
    http://www.sdmaritime.org/
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  • Schooner A J Meerwald
    The Schooner A.J. Meerwald is New Jersey’s official Tall Ship. She is a restored oyster dredging schooner, whose home port is in Bivalve, Commercial Township, New Jersey. Launced in 1928, A.J. Meerwald was one of hundreds of schooners built along South Jersey's Bayshore before the decline of the shipbuilding industry which coincided with the Great Depression. Today, the A.J. Meerwald is used by the Bayshore Discovery Project for onboard educational programs in the Delaware Bay near Bivalve, and at other ports in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware region.
    http://bayshorecenter.org/
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  • Schooner Adirondack updated
    Sailing Tours - Bowen's Wharf - Newport, Rhode Island. Built in 1999 by Scarano Boat Building, Adirondack II is reminiscent of a classic turn-of-the-century Pilot Schooner. Like the Pilot Schooners that worked the coast throughout the 19th century she is a wooden hulled traditionally rigged schooner and is a working boat known for her elegant profile and surprising speed. At 80 feet, she provides a comfortable, safe, high-performance sailing experience. A sailing cruise aboard Adirondack II is the experience of a lifetime. On a typical sail cruise or charter, guests will see Newport's stately bayside mansions, a 19th Century military fort and beautiful old lighthouses. The sweeping vistas of Newport and Jamestown will provide the perfect backdrop for your sailing cruise or charter. Newport, Rhode Island
    http://www.sail-newport.com/
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  • Schooner Adventure
    The last of the Gloucestermen. Schooner Adventure is a 122-foot historic wooden dory fishing schooner built in 1926 in Essex, Massachusetts. Constructed of white oak and yellow pine, she was fashioned as a "knockabout" - a design without a bowsprit for the safety of the crew. The Schooner Adventure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, an Official Project of Save America’s Treasures, and the flagship of Gloucester, Massachusetts, America’s oldest fishing port founded in 1623.
    http://www.schooner-adventure.org/
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  • Schooner Adventuress
    Sound Experience provides hands-on environmental education and leadership experiences for all ages. On our voyages aboard the historic schooner Adventuress, participants learn about the majesty and vulnerability of our region's definitive resource, Puget Sound. The schoooner Adventuress was built at the Rice Brothers Yard in East Boothbay, Maine. Designed by B.B. Crowninshield, the two-masted, gaff-rigged schooner was launched in 1913. Port Townsend, Washington
    http://soundexp.org/
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  • Schooner Alert Windjammer Cruises
    Schooner Alert Windjammer Cruises. Join us for the opportunity to see Casco Bay from a sailing cruise aboard Schooner Alert or Ketch Tevake! All boat charters are captained. Schooner "ALERT" is a 70ft Maine built wooden tall-ship that offers Two, Four, and Six hour public and private sailing cruises for up to 28 passengers. We are also available for chartering privately. Experience the luxury of having ALERT and her crew all to yourself. Bailey Island, Maine
    http://schooneralert.com/
    (Added: Fri Dec 02 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Alexandria
    ALEXANDRIA was the former Yngve built at Bjorkenas Denmark in 1929 as a cargo-carrying auxiliary three-masted schooner.
    http://www.schoonerman.com/alex.htm
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  • Schooner ALVEI
    Join us aboard the only Main Topsail Schooner sailing the world's oceans today that has a full participation crew. We do coastal passages and offshore voyages. Sailors of differing levels of experience will have a chance to improve their skills in navigation, watch keeping and sail handling. We have a library of technical books that cover all aspects of Tall Ship sailing, but most importantly it takes hard work, practice and experience in order to master the craft.
    http://www.alvei.org/
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  • Schooner AMERICA
    America arguably the most famous racing yacht in history was designed and built to accomplish a single task: her purpose was to demonstrate to the Old World that New World technology had matured enough not only to be competitive, but also to be superior.
    http://www.schoonerman.com/asa/americ.htm
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  • Schooner America
    The Legendary Low Black Schooner. Offers cruises and charters in Key West, Florida and Newport, Rhode Island
    http://www.schooneramerica.com/
    (Added: Tue Jan 28 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner American Eagle
    Sail with Captain John Foss and the crew of the Schooner American Eagle for a truly excellent vacation and a great experience. Step back in time and enjoy a leisurely cruise along the coast of Maine. Sail where the wind blows and leave the world behind. The American Eagle sails on cruises of varying lengths, from two to nine days. Rockland, Maine
    http://www.schooneramericaneagle.com/
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  • Schooner Appledore II
    The Schooner Appledore II, a traditional 86-foot wooden Windjammer, offers a variety of cruises out of Camden, Maine, and Key West, Florida.
    http://www.appledore2.com/
    (Added: Sat Mar 18 2006) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Ardelle
    Join us for a sail on an authentic, indigenous traditionally built, Cape Ann vessel out of Gloucester's historic waterfront. Our passengers agree that the schooner Ardelle is a delight, fast and sleek, comfortable and stable. She was Designed and built, and is owned and captained by National Heritage fellow Harold Burnham. During our trips we often share our knowledge about our region's fishing, shipbuilding, and cultural heritage. Gloucester, Massachusetts
    http://schoonerardelle.com/
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  • Schooner Atlantic
    All about the project to re-create one of the most awesome schooners of all time, the three-masted schooner Atlantic. Long time holder of the world record for the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean under sail, this one hundred and eighty-five foot schooner originally designed by William Gardner in 1903 was launched on the 15th of March 2008 and is currently being fitted out in Holland.
    http://www.schooner-atlantic.com/
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  • Schooner Bonnie Lynn
    Bonnie Lynn is a serious offshore cruising vessel, built to very high standards. Extraordinary means were taken to make her comfortable and seaworthy. She evokes images of a bygone era, where old world charm envelops you, while you rest in the luxury of modern day amenities. We comfortably accommodate up to six overnight passengers, if a family group, up to eight. Since the boat is booked exclusively by your party, our itinerary is flexible and designed to suit your particular desires. Our charters have ranged from a few hours to three months, ages 2 to 92. Islesboro, Maine
    http://www.bonnielynn.com/
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  • Schooner Conch Pearl
    Make your time on the water a personal experience. Relax and enjoy a worry-free time sailing on Schooner Conch Pearl for a unique and intimate excursion out to the coral reef of Key West. Snorkel and dive without the hassle of large crowds. USCG Licensed Captains Denny and Holley will put you at ease with their friendly attitudes, making you feel at home on their boat. Conch Pearl is a gaff-rigged Trade Rover schooner, one of only four built of this particular Merritt Walter design. Key West, Florida
    http://schoonerconchpearl.com/
    (Added: Fri Nov 20 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Denis Sullivan
    Wisconsin's Official Flagship which highlights the ingenuity, labor force and the resourcefulness of Wisconsinites. The S/V Denis Sullivan is an educational tallship, providing an introduction to field science with an emphasis on environmental issues, Great Lakes concerns and stewardship of our natural world. Learn all about our Floating Classroom, a recreation of a 19th century traditional Great Lake schooner, the 138' S/V Denis Sullivan. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    http://www.schoonerdenissullivan.org/
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  • Schooner Eleonora
    Eleonora is the new Nathaniel Green Herreshoff schooner, modeled on his design of 1909, Westward. Her launching was on the thirtieth of March 2000, exactly ninety years to the day since Westward.
    http://www.schooner-eleonora.com/
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  • Schooner Ernestina
    SCHOONER ERNESTINA, Ex. Effie M.Morrissey, was built in 1894 at the James and Tarr Shipyard for the Gloucester fishing fleet. Under Captain Bob Bartlett she sailed to within 600 miles of the North Pole, and later brought immigrants to the U.S. under the power of sail. Returned to the US in 1982 as a gift from the newly independent Cape Verdean people, she sailed as an educator until 2005. New Bedford, Massachusetts
    http://www.ernestina.org/
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  • Schooner Excursions, Inc
    True Love on the Silver Screen. Welcome to Schooner Excursions, Inc., home of the Schooner TRUE LOVE and M/V REMEDY. Schooner Excursions, Inc., offers the premier Sailing and Touring experiences in the Finger Lakes. Our sailing excursions, cruises and tours on Seneca Lake are second to none. Everyone at Schooner Excursions stands behind our promise that you have not lived until you have experienced True Love! We would love to take you for a sail or tour on our first class vessels. Seneca Lake, Watkins Glen, New York
    https://www.schoonerexcursions.com/
    (Added: Fri Mar 03 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Fame
    Welcome aboard the FAME of Salem, a replica of an 1812 privateer! The original Fame was a 'Chebacco boat' that was commissioned as a privateer when war broke out in the summer of 1812. She was the first American privateer to bring home a prize, and made 20 more captures before being wrecked in 1814. The new Fame is a full-scale replica of this famous schooner. Framed and planked of white oak and trunnel-fastened in the traditional manner, our Fame is based at Salem's Pickering Wharf Marina, where she takes the paying public for cruises on historic Salem Sound. Aboard the new Fame, passengers learn about the fishermen, privateers, merchants and men of war who shaped our North Shore. Our handsome schooner is also available for private charters, group outings, parties, and special events. Salem, Massachusetts
    http://www.schoonerfame.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 22 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Freedom
    The 72 foot Topsail Schooner Freedom sails out of St. Augustine, Florida. she is certified for 49 passengers and is a replica of the blockade-runners that cruised St. Augustine in the nineteenth century! She is a double masted, gaff-rigged, topsail schooner. We offer relaxing Day, Romantic Sunset, and Enchanting Moonlight Sails, as well as a variety of special events throughout the year. Our family invites your family to join us for an amazing sailing experience. St. Augustine, Florida
    http://www.schoonerfreedom.com/
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  • Schooner Grand Nellie
    Step aboard the Schooner Grand Nellie and your adventure begins, sailing the pristine waters of the Florida Keys and Key West. Harnessing the romance and majesty of turn-of-the-century schooners, the 75-foot Grand Nellie caters to modern-day sailing enthusiasts looking for a true Florida Keys and Key West charter sailing adventure. From private charters and weddings to customized adventure sailing trips, the Grand Nellie offers customized sailboat charters in the Florida Keys for groups up to 48 passengers. Stock Island, Florida
    http://www.schoonergrandnellie.com/
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  • Schooner Gypsy Rover
    Join us for a pirate's view of South Florida. Sail with us as we pry the same waters as pirates of old. Listen as we highlight the life and times of Black Beard and Black Caesar. Hold your ears as we show how pirates would load and fire their cannons. Fun is guaranteed!! Miami, Florida
    http://www.gypsyrover.com/
    (Added: Mon Nov 15 2010) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Harvey Gamage
    Built by the shipyard of Harvey Gamage on the Damariscotta River in South Bristol, Maine. Launched in 1973. Some of the longest running and most successful sail training programs in the United States originated with Gamage. It would be hard to count the number of people who have been introduced to a life at sea aboard this fine tall ship. Many of those sailors have gone on to careers in marine fields and/or have become progressional mariners.
    http://harveygamage.blogspot.com/
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  • Schooner Heritage
    Sail on the newest Maine windjammer in the fleet, built in 1983 along the traditional lines of the schooners that navigated the waters off the coast of Maine more than a hundred years ago. Attention has been given to the details that will assure you the best windjammer cruise around. This is the only windjammer that the owners are the captains on board and not only do we sail, we designed and built the HERITAGE ourselves. She is a big, powerful, wonderful, stable vessel, 95 ft long and 24 ft wide, with plenty of deck space for everyone. The HERITAGE continues the long historical tradition of Maine coasting schooners. Rockland, Maine
    http://www.schoonerheritage.com/
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  • Schooner Heron
    Sail HERON Maine and the Caribbean. HERON is family built, owned and operated and is fast becoming a legend. Since her launch in 2003, she has sailed over 60,000 nautical miles and carried more than 25,000 guests. She was featured in the movie, "The Rum Diary," starring Johnny Depp. Rockport, Maine and Caribbean Islands. Heron offers daily sailing excursions from Mid-coast Maine's "best kept secret", historic Rockport Harbor. When exploring the Camden, Rockport, Rockland area, put SCHOONER HERON on the top of your things to do list. Join us for a day trip; an Island lunch sail, afternoon educational eco wildlife sail or sunset dinner sail. Rockport, Maine
    http://sailheron.com/
    (Added: Fri Nov 22 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Schooner Hindu
    Hindu is a seventy-nine foot wooden vessel designed by William Hand as a half scale model of a 19th century Grand Banks Fishing Schooner. She was built in 1925 by the Hodgdon Brothers in East Boothbay, Maine.
    http://www.schoonerhindu.com/
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