For the first time ever, we have an 8-night cruise to Portland, Maine’s largest city! Sail outside our typical cruising grounds, explore new bays, see more lighthouses, and participate in the Maine Bicentennial Sailing Ships Festival. Visit Portland’s Old Port with it’s rich history and modern charm. The cruise is July 12-20.
Join professional photographer Neal Parent for his 40th photo workshop aboard windjammers! This is an all levels workshop with exceptionally stunning
... Read More photo ops. Neal will teach you how to expose correctly on the water with constantly changing light conditions. Go ashore each day and explore different islands and their inhabitants, capturing the feeling of coastal Maine and it’s people, and receive daily critiques with a slide show of all work at the end of the week. (0ptional Digital Photography Workshop +$250)Read Less
On this cruise we will sail to North Haven, one of the Fox Islands, and have dinner one night on
... Read More the farm! Our hosts, Turner Farm, decorate their barn and serve up a large family-style feast featuring the freshest vegetables and meats raised at Turner Farm. Guests can wander the farm grounds while sampling light appetizers and sipping on a seasonal cocktail. The five-course meal, which includes beer and wine, is served as the sun dips below the spruce-edged fields. You’ll also have our all-you-can-eat traditional lobster bake to look forward to on this cruise!
For one day of this week, windjammers from Maine and around the East Coast compete in the Great Schooner Race.
... Read More This informal race is hailed as the largest annual gathering of traditional sailing vessels on the East Coast. There is typically about 20 traditional boats racing. Help the crew and captain tack sails, strategize, or cheer on your ship and your shipmates! Angelique has won her class many times, and we are due to take back that trophy this year! Friday evening, there will be a post-race awards ceremony with music, coffee and dessert, dancing, and fireworks as part of Rockland’s celebration of Maine’s Bicentennial.
8-night cruise to Portland - Maine Bicentennial Sailing Ships Festival
Sail round trip to Portland, Maine for a tall ships festival to celebrate Maine’s 200th birthday. We’ll leave Camden and
... Read More sail southwest along the coast seeing new lighthouses and sailing in new bays until we get to Portland for the parade of sail on Thursday. Enjoy the event Thursday evening and all day Friday. Tour the big tall ships, take a food tour of America’s #1 foodie city, and walk the cobbled streets of the historic district called the “Old Port”. Sail back to Camden and get a close-up look at lighthouses that you can’t walk or drive to.
Acadia is home to some of Maine’s most beautiful ocean views and most spectacular rocky coastlines. Sail along the rocky
... Read Moreshores of Mount Desert Island and get a guided bus tour of Acadia National Park. The tour stops at Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond House, and the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest easternmost peak in the United States!Read Less
Enjoy warm days, steady September breezes, and cooler nights. A last gathering of the fleet to celebrate the season at
... Read Moreone of Penobscot Bay’s most beautiful places, Eggemoggin Reach, east of Deer Isle. A photographer’s dream! Live music and refreshments ashore. Maritime historian and naturalist on board. Read Less
Spectacular views from the water of Maine’s historic lighthouses on the beautiful jagged shoreline, the earliest lighthouse ordered to be
... Read Morebuilt by Thomas Jefferson in 1807! This time of year offers the perfect combination of autumn’s steady breezes, the beginning of the fall foliage season, and relaxing in the warmth of the deckhouse salon!
Prices are per person. You can board after 5pm on the first date of your cruise. The first night is spent dockside in Camden for an opportunity to explore this beautiful coastal village and pick up any last minute items. (except the Camden Windjammer Festival Cruise. See cruise description above for boarding times)Angelique returns mid-late morning to Camden on the last date of the cruise. We recommend making travel arrangements for after noon. A reservation is secured with a $300 per person deposit. Balances are due 6 weeks from cruise date. Deposits and balances can be made via check or credit card by calling 800-282-9989 or by clicking the “Book Now” buttons next to your cruise of choice above.
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Angelique’s Common Sense Policies
In order that everyone aboard has a wonderful week, Captain Dennis stipulates: The minimum guest age is 12. Moderation is expected in the use of alcohol. Excessive drinking is unacceptable among shipmates. In consideration of others, radios should not be brought aboard unless provided with earphones. Cell phones and tablets are okay to have onboard, and you can charge them, but minimal and discreet use is strongly encouraged.
Cancellation Policy & Trip Insurance
When you book a cruise on Angelique, you are agreeing to our cancellation policy. All cancellations need to be in writing. Cancellations outside of 6 weeks from the cruise date will be given a refund minus a 3% handling fee. Cancellations made within 6 weeks of the cruise date will be issued a refund only if the berths can be filled. In that case, a refund will be issued minus a $50 cancellation fee and a 3% handling fee. We highly recommend trip insurance if there is any uncertainty in your life such as ailing family, work, health, etc. that would necessitate a last minute cancellation. This insurance is available through Allianz Travel Insurance or through CSA Travel Services.