Come explore the exquisite beauty of the tranquil Damariscotta River, on the 49-passenger River Tripper from Mother’s day until the Fall Foilage has colors. Discover the River where 80 % of Maine oysters come from during our daily Maine Oyster Farms and Seal Watching Tour!
Sit back and relax with a drink in hand on the Happy Hour Cruise at 5, or learn from experts about how to pair the sumptuous Damariscotta River oysters with wine, sake and beer during one of the Tasting Cruises.
Just two minutes from Route 1, in midcoast Maine. Sailing from Schooner Landing Restaurant and Marina, by the bridge in Damariscotta. Fog is rare, and waves are rarer!
- We had a wonderful time on our sunset cruise we danced to live music enjoyed fresh oysters on the halve shell with our favorite beverages. We photographed the gorgeous sunset then watched the lights of Damariscotta twinkle on the water as we returned to our berth. The crew was awesome answering any and all questions and providing first class service to all.Stephen D, Bristol, CT
- Last fall we had the pleasure of taking our first boat trip down the river. We had friends visiting from my home town (upstate New York) and we wanted to do something special. My good friend Bobby Whear suggested taking an afternoon boat ride and we decided that was just the thing to do. I contacted Olga via email and asked about the scheduling. It seems that our friends were going to be up here on an "off day" when the boat was not normally available. However, Olga said that she would see if Chip could accommodate us and, as it turned out, he was able to do so. That was the beginning of a wonderful experience.Brian M
- My husband and I really enjoyed our cruise along the river. As we started our trip out our captain began to tell us many different interesting things about the area, oyster farmers and loads of history. He also had a wonderful sense of humor that he shared with us all along the way. There was a well stocked bar and we enjoyed some wonderful spiced hot cider and a sampling of three different kinds of oysters. Fresh from the different farms.Tmullen2014, Rochester, NY