While visiting Boothbay Harbor Schooner Lazy Jack recommends:
Opera House at Boothbay Harbor: Built in 1894 and part of the National Historic Registry, the Opera House is host to nearly 100 live performances a year that include Grammy winners and international artists and musicians.
Boothbay Region Land Trust: Nature and Parks on Boothbay and Burnt Island Light House tour.
Maine State Aquarium: Kids love the aquarium, particularly the touch tank where you can touch a live shark!
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens: One of the highest rated botanical gardens in the country. Their mission is to protect, preserve, and enhance the botanical heritage and natural landscapes of coastal Maine.
Boothbay Harbor Country Club: 18 hole Championship golf course. Play, stay and dine.
Boothbay Craft Brewery: If you like beer, try out some great local brews.
Boothbay Railway Village and Museum: Features narrow gauge steam engines and rails. This is a fun family outing for kids and adults of all ages.
No trip to Boothbay Harbor would be complete without a trip on the water to see from a new perspective the rustic coastline, beautiful island communities and local lobsterman setting and hauling traps. At Schooner Lazy Jack Cruises we believe that opportunity can be best met by sailing aboard our historic windjammer on a two hour sail or private charter.
Call 207-633-6598 today!
U.S. Coast Guard Certified & Inspected
* Lazy Jack is annually inspected and certified for passenger service
by the U.S. Coast Guard and carried all required equipment
applicable to her size, routes, and service.
Located on Pier 1 in Boothbay Harbor,
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