Water ActivitiesWe would like to thank the following sponsors:Glide among the islands of Frenchman Bay, seeing seals, porpoises, bald eagles and other wildlife. Trips from 2-and-a-half hours to 3 days.48 Cottage StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Uncrowded. Unspoiled. Unexpected.
Let the Schoodic Ferry introduce you to the undiscovered Acadia.105 Eden StBar Harbor, ME 04609Acadian 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!119 Eden StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Considered Bar Harbor's best tour! Let the fast 90 ft. jet powered catamaran Bay King III whisk you away. Visit five beautiful island lighthouses with ample time at each for photographs.1 West StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Bar 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.200 Main StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609-0802Join us for a 1 1/2 to 2 hour windjammer cruise. Sail among the islands of Frenchman Bay. Look out for bald eagles, seals & harbor porpoise.19 Cottage StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Welcome 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. We encourage those who have never canoed or kayaked, as well as those with experience, to get away from it all and enjoy what might be the highlight of your vacation to Acadia National Park. We have the finest equipment available and are happy to assist you with instruction if needed. We ask that you make reservations (8am thru 5pm) to avoid disappointment, particularly during the months of July and August.145 Pretty Marsh RoadMount Desert, ME 04660Bar Harbor's Outdoor Activity Center including: Scooter Rentals Bicycle Rentals Sea Kayak Rentals and Guided Tours106 Cottage StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Treat yourself! Captain Winston Shaw, an expert naturalist with 30 years local experience, offers totally unique private boat tours for individuals and parties of up to 6.119 Eden StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Paddle 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 1993.39 Cottage StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Passenger Ferry service between Southwest Harbor/Manset and the Cranberry Islands.110 Clark Point RdSouthwest Harbor, ME 04679The 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.Bar Harbor Inn PierBar Harbor, ME 04609Since Northeast Whitewater is the closest rafting and moose tour company to Acadia National Park and the Bar Harbor region, you will want to check out our daily whitewater rafting trips and Maine moose watching tours, in addition to all of our Moosehead Lake area trips, camping and yurts stay we can offer you. We provide personalized half and full day trips in whitewater rafting, moose tours, kayaking, canoeing and waterfall hikes. Call Northeast Whitewater, your Bar Harbor whitewater rafting and moose tour connection today to talk about your Maine vacation trip plans with us! 207-695-0151155 Greenville RoadShirley Mills, ME 04485Fish with a local Captain aboard the Downeast lobster boat the Miss Samantha. She has the most room for your comfort and is specially designed so that you can view scenery and watch wildlife.1 West StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery.Route 3Bar Harbor, ME 04609Come aboard The Starfish Enterprise and watch live underwater footage as Diver Ed searches the bottom of Frenchman Bay for fascinating critters.105 Eden StreetCOA Natural History MuseumBar Harbor, ME 04609Sail aboard a classic Friendship sloop or a real Maine lobster boat for a private or shared tour of Maine’s most beautiful coastline along Mount Desert Island.11 Apple LaneSouthwest Harbor, ME 04679One of the most treasured experiences of coastal Maine. Island Cruises operates out of Bass Harbor on the Southwestern side of Mount Desert Island, home of Acadia National Park. We are a family owned business offering our exclusive Lunch Cruise to the island fishing village of Frenchboro, possibly the most iconic location on the entire coast of Maine. We also offer an afternoon Nature Cruise, narrated by the owner and Captain, which the editors of Yankee Magazine said was the best island tour in all of New England. Genuine, personal and family friendly.12 Little Island WayBass Harbor, ME 04653Castine Kayak Adventures We offer customized Sea Kayak explorations and instructional clinics for beginner to experienced kayakers. Our Registered Maine Sea Kayak Guides lead visitors on exciting naturalist journeys, exploring sea life, geology and the rich history that pervades beautiful Castine and the waters of Penobscot Bay and beyond. Explore Maine from the water viewing the shoreline from an entirely different perspective. Visit coastal islands, see the changes of the tidal flows while learning the art of kayaking efficiently. We will provide you with top of the line kayaks and paddles along with personalized instruction that will allow you to glide effortlessly along the coast. We depart from the dock at Eaton’s Wharf in Castine Harbor and also offer customized trips to unique locations throughout Downeast Maine. Daily tours: 9-12 and 1-4, Sunset, Moonlit and Yankee Magazine’s Editor’s Choice 2013 “Best Night Paddle”, Bioluminescent night paddles on Fridays and Saturdays and other nights upon request! *Camping Trips and special group events. Call to reserve your adventure: 207-866-3506 Visit our website at : http://www.castinekayak.com/17 Sea StreetCastine, ME 04421Come with us and see the largest animals on earth - Humpbacks, Finbacks, Right; also porpoise, dolphins, sharks, and tuna.1 West StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Discover. Explore. Learn. Join an Acadia National Park ranger on this amazing island adventure. Leave Bar Harbor and travel by boat nine miles to this uninhabited park island and land by launch.1 West StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609