Board the Katahdin Princess on Millinocket Lake for breathtaking views of Katahdin, Maine's highest mountain and said to be the first place in the United States to be touched by the rays of the rising sun! Three hour cruises are available, where you'll visit moose feeding areas - and often see an eagle overhead en route to its nest. Deer, bear, otter, rabbits, loons, ducks and fox are all common attractions as well. Hourly trips are also available, requiring a 6-10 person minimum.
Visit the historical Ambajejus Boom House, once housing the men who worked the logging river drives and view displays of the life in that era. Learn about local logging history, Indian folklore, the culture and traditions of the area. Scheduling to board the Katahdin Queen begins Season 2016 on the first and last Saturdays in June, July and August to cruise Ambajejus Lake, sister lake to a chain of serveral lakes.
Items to bring along...
sweater/jacket, camera, video recorder, binoculars, sunglasses, sunscreen, drinks & snacks
(Don't forget to bring your lunch on the Afternoon Beach Cruise!)
Prices are per person - 4 person minimum - 10 person maximum, call for prices of specialty cruises with fewer than 4 people.