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Sightseeing Tours


All Aboard Trolley & Limousine C0.

(207) 594-9300
21 Limerock Street
Rockland, Maine 04841

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Located in Rockland, All Aboard Trolley is a custom private transportation service. All Aboard Trolly offers city sightseeing tours, private charters and rentals, wedding transportation, as well as shuttle service for the North Atlantic Blues Festival and the annual Maine Lobster Festival.

Most sightseeing tours depart from the visitors center at the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce in Rockland. Please stop by the booth or contact All Aboard Trolley directly for availability and reservations to secure a seat. These tours are 40 minutes, narrated to feature the city's many historic buildings, attractions and scenic waterfront. This is a perfect way to see what Rockland has to offer.


Coastal Helicopters

PH: 207-338-3755
26 Airport Rd.
Belfast, ME 04915

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Coastal Helicopters has been providing safe, efficient helicopter service, transportation and sightseeing since 1990. The service is based in a 3,000 square ft. facility next to the Belfast Airport. Flying from an FAA approved heliport, Coastal Helicopters performs many services for business and personal applications throughout the State of Maine. Coastal Helicopters offers sightseeing trips including lighthouse tours by air for up to two passengers at reasonable rates. Coastal Heliicopters' pilots are high time commercial and flight instructor rated.

Airport: Belfast Airport
Schedule: By private arrangement
Services: Private Charter for hire


Maine Eastern Railroad

PH: 207-596-6725
4 Union St.
Rockland, ME 04841

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The Maine Eastern Railroad is a unique tourist passenger train service of the Morristown & Erie Railroad serving the midcoast region of Maine. The line runs from Brunswick and Rockland and operates seasonal passenger and sightseeing rail service along the Midcoast area. The restored vintage railcars offer a carefree journey with spectacular scenery of classic seaside villages, picturesque sailboats, lobstermen working their traps on the bay, tidewater wildlife and in autumn, magnificent foliage. Service begins in May and continues through the fall, with special holiday trains in December. The service offers a number of popular sightseeing and special travel packages online. The Maine Eastern Railroad service operates Wednesday through Sunday.


Penobscot Island Air

PH: 207-596-7500
Knox County Regional Airport
Owls Head ME 04854

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Penobscot Island Air is located at Knox County Regional Airport in Owls Head. Maine. They offer sightseeing flights, and lighthouse tours by air, and many other services. They also provide air charter service to and from the islands to fit your schedule as well as air charter to many destinations in the United States and Canada.


Sightseeing on Penobscot Bay - Cruising Penobscot Bay

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The coast of Maine offers one of the ten best cruising venues for pleasure boaters in the world and "the jewel of the Maine coast" is Penobscot Bay, which is considered to be the best and most scenic coastal cruising waters in Maine. Camden and Rockland offer a number of cruises both power and sail that allow visitors to get out on the bay and experience the beauty of this part of the Maine coast. Taking a cruise on Penobscot Bay is easily the most pleasant and memorable experience for many people during their vacation stay in the Midcoast Maine area. Visit our "On the Water" section for more information on the many scenic cruise options available in the Camden area.


Spirit Soaring

PH: 207-319-9514
174 Mountain St.
Camden, ME 04843

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Let your spirit soar as you glide through the air and share the sky with the birds, soaring above the clouds in silent freedom. Spirit Soaring offes a variety of glider rides in their high performance self-launch gliders. Your voyage begins as you slip in to the sleek glider and experience the sheer elegance of soaring on top of the world. Gliders were developed in the 1920s for recreational purposes. As pilots began to understand how to use rising air, gliders were developed with a high lift-to-drag ratio. These allowed longer glides to the next source of 'lift' and so increasing their chances of flying long distances. This gave rise to the popular sport known as gliding. At Spirit Soaring, you pick the ride and then sit back and enjoy the beauty and solitude of silent soaring, listening to the wind whisper over the glider. Or if you like, you can take the controls and soar though the air and fly like a bird. The sky’s the limit.

Rides only by appointment, meet me in the cafe inside the Main Terminal at Knox County Airport