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Chris Gray Faust, of Cruise Critic, shares her story sailing aboard Schooner Stephen Taber.
A windjammer primer from one of the newest skippers in Maine’s world-famous fleet, plus where to find the best Maine windjammer cruises.
Three days on Penobscot Bay, under sail and under stars on Maine’s oldest working vessel, the 1871 schooner Lewis R. French.
In his interview with Captain Noah Barnes, travel writer Everett Potter details the history of windjammer Ladona, amenities and features, and what to expect once you’re on board.
Grandmother and travel writer extraordinaire, Barbara Rogers writes about sailing with her granddaughter aboard Angelique.
Freelance travel and wellness writer Grace Harding crosses “the Pond” to experience windjamming firsthand, specifically the Victory Chimes’ yoga cruise, which she describes as “one of the most profoundly relaxing and refreshing trips I’ve ever taken.”
Dana Freeman returns to the Maine Coast, this time to experience a windjammer cruise aboard Angelique.
From scenery and sailing to cabins and cuisine, Editor Susan Kohlback shares her love of sailing aboard Schooner Victory Chimes.
Georgie Jet returns! After two great trips aboard Schooner Mary Day over the 10 years, she’s back for a three-day summer adventure.