- Enjoy a captained sail aboard the
38-foot Hunter Sloop
- Experience breathtaking beauty of Casco
Bay in Midcoast, ME
- Personalized sailing adventures
originating from Pinkham Pt. on Card Cove in
Sail for an afternoon, full day, or schedule a
2 to 4 day/overnight cruise. We suggest sailing options, your whim and
the weather being our inspiration. The boat will sail with a minimum
of 2 persons. With advanced notice individualized charters such as a
dinner cruise, sunset cruise, or a reservation for a private charter
for "that special occasion" are possible.
Come relax, do nothing, stretch out and
sense the salt air, the wind and the waves. Choose to navigate or take
the helm, instruction is offered.
A Coast Guard licensed captain with 40 years boating experience, Ken
Brigham has sailed the East Coast from Maine to Florida and offshore to the Bahamas.
He sailed from a homeport on Casco Bay and has had the opportunity for
extensive exploration of the Coast of Maine. Captaining charters has
been a summertime avocation since 1990. A Bowdoin College graduate and
a Psychological Examiner for the Portland School System before
retirement, Ken has also co-hosted a Bed & Breakfast since 1986.
SYMBION is fully equipped for safety
and comfort. She has a generously sized cockpit, cushioned seats,
bimini and spray dodger. All sails have roller furling. A full array
of electronics, which includes radar, GPS, digital charts, depth
sounder, autopilot, and VHF are aboard.
The boat, a tri-cabin/aft cockpit design,
has a roomy layout with abundant ports creating a bright and airy
feeling throughout. The main salon, with spacious seating and dining
table, provides a cozy place for relaxation. A well planned galley
includes a three burner propane stove/oven, refrigerator, freezer,
recessed double sink, and Corian countertops (as also found on the
"head" vanity sinks). Overnight guests will enjoy the true
queen-size berth with innerspring mattress, adequate locker/storage
space, and private access to the head which includes a shower.
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Maine's sheltered coves, intricate river systems, pine studded
islands and rockbound
peninsulas offer spectacular scenic vistas and open ocean waters, the finest
sailing along the Atlantic seaboard. Savor the sounds and smells that
define the sea. We share the history and local folklore of the area,
its maritime villages, lighthouses, and islands.
Seguin Island and Lighthouse
Look for seal, and if very lucky, a whale.
Shore birds such as osprey, diving terns, heron, and American bald
eagle are often sited. Watch lobsterman hauling and setting traps, we
can answer your questions about how it is done, and where best to
devour them :)
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