Schooner Olad Sailing in Camden Maine
Schooner Olad Sailing in Camden Maine
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Camden Maine Sailing Cruises and Charters

Let us be your Camden Maine Sailing Experience! Join us for a two-hour day sail or custom private charter to enjoy all the beauties that Penobscot Bay has to offer.  Beautiful rocky shoreline, hidden mansions, small islands, lighthouses, seals, bald eagles, lobster boats, and other magnificent ships are just a few of the things you may get to see while sailing in our beautiful part of the Bay.

The Schooner Olad sails daily from Camden, Maine mid-May to mid-October. The Schooner Olad offers historic two-hour day sails aboard a completely restored, classic sailing yacht built in 1927. The Olad also offers custom sailing charters and can hold up to 22 passengers. Whether it is for two hours, half day, or full day, the Olad is the perfect place for a family reunion, office outing, wedding, or a get together with good friends!  Join the Olad for one of the many public special events on offer throughout the season including sailing races, island lobster bakes, and lighthouse tours. 

If you are looking for a more intimate trip, join us aboard our 6 passenger cutter- the Sailing Vessel Owl!  The Owl is one of the most versatile sailboat in Camden Maine's Sailing Fleet. She was designed by world Famous yacht designer John Alden to be a fast and comfortable cruising boat. Built in 1941, she is a timeless classic that has been rebuilt to the highest of today's standards. She is available to charter for up to six passengers, making her one of the most private Wooden Sailboat in Camden's Fleet. The Sailing Vessel Owl goes out for two and three-hour public sails daily and is also available for two-hour, three-hour, four-hour, six-hour, or full-day private sailing charters.  With advance notice the Owl will take you to Stontington for an overnight at one of their beautiful inns, to Vinalhaven for a romantic dinner and overnight at Nebo Lodge, or rent a tent site at Warren Island State Park, and we'll do a lobsterbake for you.  Did we say versatile?

Captain Aaron Lincoln is a local Mainer and will talk about the history of the area as well as the schooner trade while you sail one of his favorite locations!

Give the Gift of Sailing!

It's that wonderful time of the year! When looking for the perfect gift for the sailing enthusiast in your life, search no further!  We have the perfect gift for them.  Give the gift of a two hour sail on one of our beautiful wooden vessels this holiday season.  Your loved ones will be so happy you did. We are available for the purchase of Olad and Owl gift certificates for sailing by calling 207-236-2323, or our online store at www.maineschooners.com.  Our gift certificates never expire, and are good for up to 2 hours of sailing throughout our season.  We also have a great selection of t-shirts, hats, sail maker bags, and other sailing oriented gifts available on our online store for purchase.  Orders typically ship next day, so you'll have your items well in hand before Christmas. We hope you enjoy a great holiday season with your family and loved ones!  

Fall is a great time to sail in Maine!

Our sailing season is still going strong! September is an amazing time of year to sail in Penobscot Bay out of Camden Harbor.  The weather may be cooling off a bit, but the breezes are great, and there's still lots to see out on the water.  The Olad sails 4 times daily for two hour trips morning, afternoon, and sunset.  The Owl will be sailing daily through the end of September when her season ends.  If you have not sailed aboard the Owl yet, September is the perfect time. Lastly, to say thank you to our local friends and neighbors in Maine, we are offering 10% the regular ticket price for residence of Maine who have a Knox, Lincoln, or Waldo County zip code.  Let us know you're our neighbor when booking and we'll give you your discount.  We really appreciate all of your support...thank you very much! To make reservations please call 207-236-2323 or book online. Happy Sailing!