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Sail SCHOONER HERON Maine and the Grenadines

schoonerheron@gmail.com        207-236-8605
Sail Schooner HERON Maine and the Grenadines
Sail 65′ Schooner Yacht HERON

During the summer season in Maine, SAIL SCHOONER HERON on the coastal waters of Camden Rockport and Rockland in the Penobscot Bay, sailing from June through September. Heron offers daily sailing excursions from Mid-coast Maine’s “best kept secret”, historic Rockport Harbor.  

When exploring the Camden, Rockport, Rockland area, put SCHOONER HERON on the top of your things to do list. Join us for a day trip; an Island lunch sail, afternoon educational eco wildlife sail or sunset dinner sail. 

During the winter season, SCHOONER HERON migrates to the Caribbean, sailing as far south as St Vincent and the Grenadines. Heron makes stops in Bermuda, Antigua, Guadaloupe, Les Saintes, Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines. Join us for a great sailing adventure.

Help crew the vessel and sail SCHOONER HERON on any of her exciting offshore expedition sailing adventures on our annual migration south or north.

 

Charter the SCHOONER HERON and customize your dream Caribbean sailing vacation in the Grenadines.

Join us January -March in the Grenadines. For the more adventurous, try an Offshore passage making trip on our annual migration route north or south.
Make  Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta #1 on your bucket list. 
SCHOONER HERON is family built, owned and operated and is fast becoming a legend. Since her launch in 2003, she has sailed over 100,000 nautical miles and carried more than 35,000 guests. She was featured in the movie, “The Rum Diary,” starring Johnny Depp.
Contact us for more details or to reserve your spot today on a Grenadine Cruise or one of our Maine day sail trips. A sail on Heron will be the highlight of your vacation.
schoonerheron@gmail.com
207-236-8605 or 800-599-8605

Summer: Located at the dock in Rockport Marine Park, 111 Pascal Avenue, Rockport, Maine 04856
Winter: Sailing from Bequia and Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines, and many other Islands of the Caribbean