Acadian Boat Tours offers a must-do variety of cruises through the spring, summer and fall seasons! See puffins in the spring or go on a Sightseeing/Nature cruise, Fishing / Sightseeing in the summer and the Somes Sound Fjord in the fall. All season - something for everyone!
The only ferry departing from Downtown Bar Harbor! Enjoy spectacular views as you travel between Bar Harbor and Winter Harbor/Schoodic Pennisula. Upper and lower deck seating as well as an inside, heated cabin area. *5 trips daily thru Labor Day, then 4 trips daily thru Columbus Day.
Island Cruises offers a leisurely, interactive introduction to the outer islands, wildlife, and history of the Bar Harbor and Acadia area. Spectacular wildlife abounds—from sunbathing seals to majestic osprey and eagles!
Paddle to remote Western Side of Acadia with Professional Maine Guides. Highest Rated Kayak Outfitter in Acadia. Best wildlife sightings: harbor seals osprey porpoise eagles & more. Locally owned/operated with a perfect safety record since 1993.
Experience coastal Maine as it should be experienced: from the water! We invite you to sea kayak in Castine's beautiful, serene, island speckled Penobscot Bay, connecting Mid Coast and Downeast Maine, near Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.
Bar Harbors board sports destination since 2011. SUP is a great way to enjoy the beautiful waters of Mount Desert Island. Come discover why people rave about paddle boarding in Acadia! Offering trips, rentals, lessons, SUP yoga, and SUP fishing.
Northeast Whitewater is the closest whitewater rafting and moose tour guide service to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. Our Moosehead Outdoor Adventures are at the heart of moose country, mild to wild whitewater rafting with Yurts and camping!
Welcome to the most beautiful island in America. You are invited to discover the quiet beauty of Acadia National Park with the same peaceful means of travel as was used by the Penobscot Tribe of the Abenaki Indian Nation.
Come aboard The Starfish Enterprise and watch live underwater footage as Diver Ed searches the bottom of Frenchman Bay for fascinating critters.