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River Cruises Fall Schedule

Fall is a great time to take a Lighthouse or Nature Cruise    


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rom early-September to mid-October, Maine Maritime Museum conducts regularly scheduled river cruises that focus on viewing lighthouses in the area or experiencing the natural setting along the Kennebec River and connecting waterways. The cruises are of varying lengths - from one hour to four hours.  .

All cruises are aboard the Maine-built wooden boat Seguin, which has a 40-passenger capacity.  
 

Fall Cruises for 2014 (September 2 through October 19) 

Shipyards & Lighthouses cruise (1 hour) - Daily, 12 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday & Sunday, 2 pm
See Bath Iron Works, downtown Bath and waterfront, two lighthouses and abundant wildlife. A perfect complement to the "The Bath Iron Works Story" Trolley Tour.
Members $20; nonmembers $25; 6 to 16 years $12; under 6 $3  (Fees include museum admission.)

Six Lighthouse cruise (2.5 hours) - Thursdays at 2 pm
A visitor favorite. See six of Maine's most beautiful and unique lighthouses. Bring your camera for incredible photos.
Members $30; nonmembers $35; 6 to 16 years $15; under 6 $3  (Fees include museum admission.)


Seven Lighthouse Cruise (3 hours) - Mondays and Fridays, 2 pm
Cruise by Bath Iron Works, then pass through Hells Gates on the Sasanoa River to the historic Sheepscot River to the Kennebec River. You get close-up views of seven lighthouses.
Members $32; nonmembers $37; 6 to 16 years $17; under 6 $3  (Fees include museum admission.)

                            

Lighthouse Lovers Cruise (4 hours) - Saturdays at 2 pm
If you love lighthouses this is the cruise for you. See 10 beautiful lighthouses during this cruise.
Members $35; nonmembers $40; 6 to 16 years $20; under 6 $3  (Fees include museum admission.)

 

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Maine Maritime Museum

243 Washington Street
Bath, Maine 04530