Studded with the portholes for Civil War cannons, the granite walls of Fort Popham loom over us as we paddle to the site of the 1607 Popham Colony's primitive Fort St. George. There are also islands, beaches wildlife and the classic 1883 Hunniwell Beach Life Saving Station.
The rocky remnants of the shipyard that built the last square-rigged ship, an 1800's Life Saving Station, and exploring marshy creeks and craggy islands are highlights of this popular trip.
Paddle from a serene beach along Maine's bold, rocky shore, looking out over the island studded ocean at seals, ospreys, herons and more as we seek a working harbor stuffed with lobster boats and wooden wharfs .
An awesome look at the Zumwalt "stealth" destroyer at the Bath Iron Works (BIW) shipyard from the water. And there's the schooner at Maine Maritime Museum plus the lighthouse and lifesaving station at Doubling Point.
Visit a working harbor stuffed with lobster boats, wooden wharfs and then circumnavigate some bold islands. (Parking for this trip needs a Town permit, so I will need your car info).
Secluded and with a heavy legacy Malaga Island provides beautiful, fascinating paddling and hiking.
4+ hours, up to 4 people (up to 2 additional people $50 each, payable at the trip)
8+ hrs, up to 4 people (up to 2 additional people $75 each, payable at the trip)