Posted May 30, 2019
The Camden-based members of the Maine Windjammer Association including the Schooner Mary Day, Schooner Lewis R. French and Windjammer Angelique, are opening their decks, galleys and cabins so the Midcoast Maine tourism community can get an up-close-and-personal view of these windjammers on June 1 from 3:30-5:00pm. The Maine Windjammer Association knows that those working in the tourism community are often asked about what it’s like to be on a windjammer. Here’s your chance to get a first-hand look and tour of these majestic boats. The Mary Day, Lewis R. French and Angelique Open Houses are geared toward people working in visitors booths, hotels, motels and inns, in retail, restaurants and other tourism-related jobs. Knowing it’s not uncommon to get questions about windjammer cruises, the Open House offers the chance to tour these three majestic boats and ask questions of the captains and crew. The three Camden-based members of the Maine Windjammer Association are docked at the head of Camden Harbor. Access their dock from Atlantic Ave in Camden. Don’t forget: If you can’t make this open house, you’re always welcome to request a tour when ever you see the Rockland-or-Camden-based windjammers at the dock!