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Maine Coast - Boating options?

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Hi all. We’ve finally got our Maine Coast itinerary decided and made accommodation reservations. So now for the fun part… At some point in our trip would like to take a Sea Kayaking and/or a 2 hr. Windjammer tour. Can you recommend where the best place for this is and who we should use for the tour?
Here is our itinerary:
Sep 6, Thursday – Arrive Boston Airport 2:00 p.m. drive to Portsmouth
Friday – drive to Portland (coastal route)
Saturday – to Bar Harbor via fast route, should arrive around noon (I-95)
Sunday – Acadia National Park
Monday – to Lincolnville
Tuesday – to Boothbay Harbor
Wednesday – Back to Boston for flight home

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