AND WE'RE BACK!! We are fully operational once again as of May 21st, 2021. Cheers to a new summer adventure!
Our heart goes out to all who have experienced loss during this pandemic and we hope that all of our lives can return to some sense of normalcy again soon so that we all can enjoy both the great outdoors and the company of family and friends.
Book your 2021 tour as soon as you can as our calendar is filling up quickly. Click on the Book Now tab at the top of this page. Remember, there's no payment due until the end of your trip, so sit back, relax, and enjoy all that the Maine coast has to offer!
Casco Bay has many historic lighthouses to visit, like Portland Head Light, Halfway Rock Light, or Sequin Light, just to name a few. You can custom design a trip to visit these iconic navigational aids.
If you have any questions or would like to contact us, our contact info is listed below.
We hope to see you on the water with us this summer!!
2021 Boat Update:
New Bow Cover- this increases your ride's comfort level by supplying shelter from both wind and sea spray, along with an option to escape the sunshine when shade is needed.
2021 Eagle Island Updates:
The Island has opened as planned on June 15th, but the house and library will remain closed due to a mold issue. The hiking trails on the Island will open mid-July, they are closed now to protect nesting birds from interruptions. For more info, visit their website at: www.pearyseagleisland.org
Best wishes to all,
Thanks to all of you who cruised with us in the past. I hope to see you again. To those of you who haven't, give us a try, I know you'll have a good time. See you on the water.
Plan your sightseeing tours with Coast Guard licensed and insured Capt. Len Duda who has over 33 years of experience navigating Casco Bay, on-board a 25' 2018 Robalo center console charter boat.
View Halfway Rock Lighthouse, the WW2 Submarine Watch Towers, seals, porpoise, bald eagles, ocean sunfish, loons, osprey, cormorant nesting sites, the Cribstone Bridge, Mackerel Cove, Harriet Beecher Stowe's "The Pearl of Orrs Island", and all that the area has to offer.
Spend 2 hours in the museum and exploring the island trails. Search the beach for sea glass and marvel at the spectacular views. Enjoy a 30 minute scenic boat ride to and from the site. The Island is open from June 15 to Labor Day from 10-5.
Go to www.pearyeagleisland.org for more info and a great video.
Highlights include: WW2 Submarine Watchtowers, Mackerel Cove, Harriet Beecher Stowe's "The Pearl of Orrs Island", seals, sea birds, the Cribstone Bridge, the Giant Staircase, and the natural beauty of the Casco Bay area. The tour is $135 for 2 passengers and up to 4 additional passengers can come along for $30 each.
Enjoy a scenic 30 min boat ride to Eagle Island. Once there you have up to 2 hrs to visit the museum and explore the island trails while Capt. Len and the boat wait for you in the anchorage. When you're done, enjoy another 30 min ride back to port. The cost is $40 p/p, $18 for children under 12. The Park Service fees are: under 5/free, 5-11/$1, 12-64/resident $4 non-resident $6, 65+/resident free, non-resident $2.
Maximum of 6 passengers per trip.
Departure times for Eagle Island are 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Click on the Book Now tab on our website to schedule your visit. If you can't book online, call to check on seat availability.
Highlights are expanded to include: Halfway Rock Lighthouse, Mark Island Monument, Peary's Eagle Island, and Edna St. Vincent Millay's Ragged Island. The tour is $185 for 2 passengers and up to 4 additional passengers can come along for $40 each.
We reserve the right to cancel any trip at any time due to wind, weather, or waves, at the discretion of our Captain, with your safety and comfort as our only guideline.
Customize your own tour. Want to go up the Kennebec River to Bath which includes seeing the Navy ships at the Bath Iron Works? Or would you like to go to Portland and see the lighthouses, historic forts, and active waterfront? Contact us to discuss customized sightseeing tours.
As the popularity of our tours increase and as the popularity of Morse's Cribstone Grill continues to grow, parking has become a problem. In order to continue to use Morse's docks, I have had to make arrangements for parking away from the restaurant. As you come across the bridge and pass the restaurant, a couple of hundred feet up the road on the right is the Rob Williams Real Estate Office. He has granted me the right to have you park on the street in front of his office for $5 a car. If you look at the picture to your left you will see my car in the appropriate spot. I appreciate his allowing us to do this, and I thank you in advance for adhering to this solution to the parking issue.
We're open 7 days a week from May 15, 2021 through October 5, 2021. Book your trip soon! We accept cash, check, or credit card payment.
We reserve the right to cancel any trip at any time due to weather, wind, or waves, at the discretion of our Captain, with your safety and comfort as our only guideline.
1945 Harpswell Island Road, Bailey Island, Me. 04003
09:00 am – 06:00 pm
See coastal beauty, wildlife, and historic sites.