Fall Foliage Goat Island Dinner Cruise
This trip is going to be one for the history books. We are partnering with New England Eco Adventures for this special event. With Fall comes the vibrant Maine foliage and there’s no better place to leaf peep than from a boat looking in at the coastline. We will head off along the coast in one of NEEA's Navy S.E.A.L Rigid Inflatable boat and land on Goat Island. Once we are on the island, we will receive a tour of the lighthouse. After, you will have time to explore on your own before winding down to a hot dinner of chili and cornbread cooked on the beach just for you. You will sit back and relax as we serve you while the sun goes down over the water before we return you safely home.
The Goat Island Lighthouse is an iconic landmark in Cape Porpoise Harbor. It was established in 1833 and has been a beacon for boaters since that time. It has seen shipwrecks, ferocious storms, generations of keepers, countless visitors, Presidents and the most glorious sunsets in Kennebunkport.
Captain Gary Grenier
We will be hosted by Captain Gary Grenier. Captain Gary has spent his entire life on the ocean, literally. He knows the ocean and the whales well, there isn’t a finer Captain around and we’re excited to have him onboard.
We will provide the food, all you need to bring is the following:
Your camera (make sure it’s charged)
Warm clothing (dressing in layers is always smart)
When: Monday, September 23rd
Where: Please meet below Federal Jack's at their "beer tasting" area on the ground level, on the river side of 8 Western Ave.
How much: $63/person. Cost includes boat ride, tour, and food.
Max Registrations is 13 people