Tall Ships to Sail into Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Press Release
Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Windjammers 2012: Photo credit Boothbay Chamber of Commerce

Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber of Commerce announces 11 sailing schooners will visit the harbor for 'Windjammer Days'.

The 2013 Windjammer Days are scheduled to take place June 25 and 26, 2013, with the schooners appearing in Linekin Bay on Tuesday the 25th and in the harbor on Wednesday the 26th.

The Windjammers include:

  • American Eagle
  • Nathaniel Bowditch
  • Eastwind
  • Lazy Jack
  • Timberwind
  • Lewis R. French
  • Heritage
  • Sherman Zwicker
  • Windfield Lash

The annual Windjammer Days Festival will feature its classic line-up of events, which include a One Design Boat Race; Windjammer Days Golf Tournament fundraiser for Community Fireworks, the hometown street parade; an antique boat parade of more than 30 boats; Second Annual Artists Alley; 10 waterfront concerts; tours of the USCG and Maine State Aquarium; Kid's tent; two-day craft show; boat excursions; and a spectacular firework display over the harbor. Visitors can enjoy a complimentary two-day shuttle during the festival.

 www.boothbayharbor.com

 

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