Where Can You Ride The Rails Back in Time in Kennebunkport?

  Would you like to go back in time to a quieter and gentler era?  Then step back into the time of Electric Trolleys at the Seashore Trolley Museum.  This is unlike any dry museum of history.  It is a vibrant place of trolley restoration, trolley tracks, old trolleys and rides through the Maine countryside.  The museum is located
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Can You Sail a Traditional Schooner from Kennebunkport?

Take a 2 Hour sail from Kennebunkport aboard a traditional, gaff rigged, 55′ schooner, The Schooner Eleanor. The trip starts from the Arundel Wharf dock which is located at the foot of the hill below the Captain Lord Mansion.  The Schooner Eleanor’s brochure says “Your trip begins with a short motor out the historic Kennebunk River, passing lobster boats and
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Where Can You See Lobsters Being Harvested in Kennebunkport?

This handsome lobster boat, The Rugosa, offers tourists the opportunity to see lobsters being harvested as well as to see the beautiful rocky coast here in Kennebunkport.  This educational trip includes seeing the tour leader haul traps, checking the size of lobsters caught and hearing lobster facts and lore!  For example, do you know how
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Not All Pineapples are Fruit, Especially in Kennebunkport!

The Pineapple Ketch is beautiful sailboat that offers sailing trips along the rocky coast off Kennebunkport, Maine.  Their guests can enjoy the Pineapple hospitality while they soak up the sun and salt air.  Relax and unwind from your stress and enjoy almost total silence as the Pineapple quietly slices through the waves.  The only noise you’ll
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What is the Best Way to Tour Kennebunkport?

The Intown Trolley offers tourists and locals alike a 45 minute narrated sightseeing tour.  This tour offers an interesting and informative orientation to the Kennebunkport area.  The points of interest the trolley will take you by include President Bush's (41) Estate, the Franciscan Monastery, the beaches, Dock Square, the rocky coast, the large summer "cottages"
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