Town of Castine

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Town of Searsport

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The Village of Castine
Castine, Guildive’s homeport, is one of the most unique and important harbors on the coast of Maine. The region was first valued early in Maine’s history because of its deep-water harbor and fresh water access. It was also a central focal point in the Penobscot Expedition of 1779 and the War of 1812. Two Forts remain and there are many interpretive signs identifying historic landmarks. Now home to a quiet village rich in Elm Trees, beautiful architecture and a working light house, Castine is a charming vacation destination. Other attractions include the Maine Maritime Academy which has been preparing world class mariners since the Second World War, a historic golf course, inns and quaint village shops.
Guildive
Guildive
Aboard Guildive you will sail alongside the Academy boats including the Tug Pentagoet and the Schooner Bowdoin experiencing Castine from the water.
Searsport: Home of the Famous Sea Captains
During the 19th century the port of Searsport built over 200 ships in its 17 shipyards and supplied the nation with many of its deep-water sea captains. The port is situated on the north end of the Penobscot Bay with a protected deep-water harbor and is still used as a commercial dock for tankers. To preserve the history of the town Searsport is home to the Penobscot Bay Marine Museum, a beautiful collection of the Bays maritime heritage. Be apart of Searsport’s history by arriving by boat.
Guildive
Guildive

Town of Castine

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The Village of Castine
Castine, Guildive’s homeport, is one of the most unique and important harbors on the coast of Maine. The region was first valued early in Maine’s history because of its deep-water harbor and fresh water access. It was also a central focal point in the Penobscot Expedition of 1779 and the War of 1812. Two Forts remain and there are many interpretive signs identifying historic landmarks. Now home to a quiet village rich in Elm Trees, beautiful architecture and a working light house, Castine is a charming vacation destination. Other attractions include the Maine Maritime Academy which has been preparing world class mariners since the Second World War, a historic golf course, inns and quaint village shops.
Guildive
Aboard Guildive you will sail alongside the Academy boats including the Tug Pentagoet and the Schooner Bowdoin experiencing Castine from the water.
Guildive

Town of Searsport

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Searsport: Home of the Famous Sea Captains
During the 19th century the port of Searsport built over 200 ships in its 17 shipyards and supplied the nation with many of its deep-water sea captains. The port is situated on the north end of the Penobscot Bay with a protected deep-water harbor and is still used as a commercial dock for tankers. To preserve the history of the town Searsport is home to the Penobscot Bay Marine Museum, a beautiful collection of the Bays maritime heritage. Be apart of Searsport’s history by arriving by boat.
Guildive
Guildive

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