While sailing aboard an historic vessel along Maine’s spectacular coast is fabulous any time of year, sailing in October when the islands and coastline are aflame with the reds, oranges and yellows of fall is a once-in-a-lifetime, not-to-be-missed, bucket list vision.
Thousands of visitors leave the state at the end of August, emptying the harbors, villages, islands and beaches that guests are welcome to explore on each trip.
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|Where do you hang out when you’re getting too much sun or wind, or you want to warm up? Right here, in the American Eagle’s cozy aft cabin!|
There are still a few slots available to sail this Fall. Check out these cruises:
American Eagle: 4-Night Foliage Cruises (October 3-7, 8-12 or 13-17; $675)
Angelique: 4-Night Wine & Foliage Cruise (October 1-5); $825 or 3-Night Columbus Day Foliage Cruise (October 6-9; $595)
Heritage: 6-day Fall Sailing & Stargazing Cruise (Sept. 22-28; $905)
Isaac H. Evans: Lobster Roll Lunch Cruises (October 2 or 6; 10AM – 1 PM; $80) or 1-Night Cruise with Lobster Dinner (October 7-8; $250)
Lewis R. French: 6-day Fall Foliage Cruise (Sept. 22-28; $975)
Ladona: 4-Day Fall Colors/Columbus Day Weekend Cruise (Oct. 5-9; $1,218) or 3-Day Fall Colors Cruise (Oct. 10-13; $998)
Mary Day: 4-day Fall Colors Cruise (Sept. 26-30; $775)
Stephen Taber: 4-Day Fall Colors (Sept. 29-Oct. 3; $768) or 4-Day Fall Colors/Columbus Day Weekend Cruise (Oct. 5-9; $748)
Victory Chimes: 3-day Fall Cruise (Sept. 27-30; $700)
Don’t miss this opportunity to see Maine from the “right side.” For more information about fall sailing aboard any of the Maine Windjammer Association vessels, visit our website.
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