M/V MONHEGAN is perfect for families and small groups
Relax and let us take you where you want to go in our beautiful lobster boat.
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The Basin is totally surrounded by land, making it a wonderfully sheltered destination for kayaking, swimming, and relaxing on the water.
Kayaking in the Basin while enjoying some wonderful fall color.
Many seabirds and shorebirds make their home in and along Casco Bay. M/V MONHEGAN is a very stable bird viewing platform.
Boothbay, Maine, just northeast of Casco Bay.
Cuckolds Light, Boothbay, Maine.
Each lobsterman has his or her own dedicated color pattern to mark their trap buoys.
Heading across the mouth of Casco Bay on a calm morning
Nobody likes a rainy day, but passing showers often leave behind beautiful scenes in the clouds.
Casco Bay is quite protected by the hundreds of islands within the bay. The waters are usually quite calm.
Cormorants near Harpswell, Maine
Cormorant gathering with Harpswell, Maine, in background
Cow Island in Casco Bay, Maine. Cow Island is accessible for camping and is available for weddings.
Cundy's Harbor looks lost in time in this photo of the local fisherman's wharf.
Fort Scammel guarding Portland Harbor
Casco Bay is home to millions of lobster. The colorful buoys are frequently encountered as we cruise the bay.
Irony Island, near the Goslings in Casco Bay
Casco Bay Islands at sunset.
The Goslings are a series of islands that create a sheltered cove in Casco Bay north of Portland.
Cliffs on Cushing Island, Casco Bay, Maine
Old WWII observation post on Cushing Island, Portland Harbor Entrance, Casco Bay, Maine
Portland Head Light, Maine's oldest and arguably most iconic lighthouse.
Great blue heron, Little Whaleboat Island, Casco Bay, Maine
Kayaking in the Goslings, Casco Bay, Maine
The "Old Swell" hauling lobster traps near Ram Island Light.
M/V MONHEGAN on a mooring, Damariscotta River east of Casco Bay.
Osprey nest atop a pier in Portland Harbor
Peaks Island surf
Portland Harbor just before dark
Ram Island Light. The pier built to service the light is falling apart, and no keeper resides here because the light is now automated.
Dingy sailing in the Basin--the most sheltered cove in Casco Bay.
A seal spying on MONHEGAN and her passengers as we slip by. Seals are a common sight in Casco Bay.
Seals are very graceful swimmers.
Seal colony on Grassy Ledge near the Goslings in Casco Bay.
Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse in Portland Harbor
Sunset on the calm waters of Casco Bay.
Beautiful sunset over Lower Goose Island in Casco Bay north of Portland.
Portland Harbor after sunset on a warm July evening.
2015 Tall Ships Parade of Sail
The Basin offers a sheltered cove that is more akin to a lake than the ocean.
USCGC EAGLE (a war prize seized from Germany after WWII) in Portland, 2015
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