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Narrated Sightseeing Tour of Portland Maine Aboard a Vintage Fire Engine

Narrated Sightseeing Tour of Portland Maine Aboard a Vintage Fire Engine - Portland, Maine Star Rating

Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$20.00

Explore Portland, the peninsula of Portland and its many lighthouses and forts as well as the amazing architectural buildings hidden inside of the cobble stoned streets that make up our wonderful city while aboard a vintage fire engine! This is a fully narrated sightseeing and shopping tour which includes multiple lighthouses and other points of interest.

Portland Fire Engine Co. operates a unique narrated sightseeing tour of Portland, Maine aboard a Vintage Fire Engine ... More info ›

Explore Portland, the peninsula of Portland and its many lighthouses and forts as well as the amazing architectural buildings hidden inside of the cobble stoned streets that make up our wonderful city while aboard a vintage fire engine! This is a fully narrated sightseeing and shopping tour which includes multiple lighthouses and other points of interest.

Portland Fire Engine Co. operates a unique narrated sightseeing tour of Portland, Maine aboard a Vintage Fire Engine. We explore the peninsula of Portland and its many lighthouses and forts as well as the amazing architectural buildings hidden inside the cobble stoned streets that make up our wonderful city. The tour is a great way of reliving Portland’s past. Viewing the area while high up on the Fire Engine gives amazing views of Casco Bay as well as fantastic opportunities for photographs.

The tours are approximately 50 minutes in length and are fully narrated by a very knowledgeable guide while displaying high resolution photographs from the Maine Historical Society via our on-board multimedia system, which includes a large flat LED TV. Tours require a minimum of 4 passengers to run, with a maximum of 12 people per Engine. Larger groups/parties will be split up allowing time for shopping, eating, or just exploring the Old Port.

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Architectural Tour of Tate House Museum

Architectural Tour of Tate House Museum - Portland, Maine

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$15.00

This architectural tour of the Tate House Museum in Portland, Maine offers you an inside look into Greater-Portland's only pre-Revolutionary home still open to the public! Your experienced guide will lead you through the home for about an hour and a half, pointing out and explaining the unique architecture of the historic structure.

The historic Tate House was constructed for Captain George Tate and his family in 1755. A Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, Captain Tate was successful and his status in the community is reflected by the unique style of architecture he selected for his home ... More info ›

This architectural tour of the Tate House Museum in Portland, Maine offers you an inside look into Greater-Portland's only pre-Revolutionary home still open to the public! Your experienced guide will lead you through the home for about an hour and a half, pointing out and explaining the unique architecture of the historic structure.

The historic Tate House was constructed for Captain George Tate and his family in 1755. A Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, Captain Tate was successful and his status in the community is reflected by the unique style of architecture he selected for his home.

With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual subsumed dormer in the gambrel roof. As the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public, the impressive period furnishings, beautiful grounds and herb gardens, and interesting architecture of Tate House offer an insightful glimpse at the 18th century and life in Colonial Maine. 

Your experienced guide will bring you through the home from the depths of the cellar to the top of the attic. You'll learn about the "marriage marks" in the rafters of the attic, see the base of the home's well-proportioned chimney, and more. 

These tours last roughly an hour and a half and are conducted by request. The architectural tours are generally geared toward age 16 and up.

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Tate House Museum Admission and Tour

Tate House Museum Admission and Tour - Portland, Maine

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$12.00

Experience a true taste of Portland, Maine's rich Colonial history at the historic Tate House Museum. The Tate House is the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public ... More info ›

Experience a true taste of Portland, Maine's rich Colonial history at the historic Tate House Museum. The Tate House is the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public. On this 1-hour tour, see the impressive period furnishings, beautiful grounds, herb gardens, and unique architecture that offers an insightful glimpse at the 18th-century and life in Colonial Maine. Tours of the home and grounds are offered hourly and led by a local guide.

The historic Tate House was constructed for Captain George Tate and his family in 1755. The Tate family had arrived in the Colonies around 1750, while Tate served as the Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, overseeing the cutting and shipping of white pines from Maine to England.

This position assured Tate's success, and his status in the community is reflected by the style of architecture he selected for his home. With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual subsumed dormer in the gambrel roof. As the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public, the impressive period furnishings, beautiful grounds, herb gardens, and unique architecture of the Tate House offer an insightful glimpse at the 18th century and life in Colonial Maine.

Hourly tours are led by experienced docents who will lead the way through one of the true gems of Maine's colonial history.

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Private Sunset Charter on a Vintage Lobster Boat

Private Sunset Charter on a Vintage Lobster Boat - Portland, Maine

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$350.00

Leave the crowds and join us aboard a vintage Maine Lobster Boat for a private 2-hour sightseeing and lighthouse viewing charter capped by a stunning Maine sunset.  We will wind our way through the islands of Casco Bay passing by historic 19th century forts, lighthouses, and the scenic Maine Coast before returning to Portland as the setting sun graces the city skyline ... More info ›

Leave the crowds and join us aboard a vintage Maine Lobster Boat for a private 2-hour sightseeing and lighthouse viewing charter capped by a stunning Maine sunset.  We will wind our way through the islands of Casco Bay passing by historic 19th century forts, lighthouses, and the scenic Maine Coast before returning to Portland as the setting sun graces the city skyline. Charters depart from Portland's Old Port or from our dock, where there is free parking. Perfect for families and small groups, each charter is private for groups of up to 6.

Each charter includes a captain as well as a deckhand who will serve as your guide.  You will meet your guide at Bell Buoy Park, 72 Commercial Street, Portland ME.  This is adjacent to the Casco Bay Lines Ferry Terminal.  Your guide will escort you down the ramp to the water taxi dock and assist you with boarding MONHEGAN, our vintage lobster boat.

We will depart Portland Harbor and pass by Bug Light, Fort Gorges, Spring Point Ledge Light, and Fort Scammel as we make our way toward Portland Head Light. Your guide will point out these and other interesting sights as well as any wildlife we encounter.  If you wish, you can bring aboard food or beverages, and your guide will be happy to assist in serving.  MONHEGAN is stocked with glassware, plates, and utensils.  We provide a cooler with ice and bottled water on all charters.  Alcohol may be responsibly consumed by our guests of legal age. 

From Portland Head Light, your captain will navigate through some of the islands of Casco Bay.  You will watch Maine's rocky, tree-lined coast slip by as you relax on our deck chairs.  MONHEGAN is a very stable vessel, and she is outfitted with a retractable weather cover so your comfort aboard is assured.  

As the sun gets low and bathes Casco Bay in golden light, your captain will round Great Diamond Island and turn into the setting sun for the final leg of your cruise.  You will be treated to views of Portland's skyline silhouetted by the setting sun.  Throughout the cruise, guests will find ample opportunities for photos.  Can you imagine a more perfect finish to your day in Maine?

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Private Lighthouse Sightseeing Charter on a Vintage Lobster Boat

Private Lighthouse Sightseeing Charter on a Vintage Lobster Boat - Portland, Maine

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$475.00

Step aboard a vintage Maine Lobster Boat for a private, 3-hour lighthouse viewing & sightseeing charter.  Leave the crowds behind as we tour the islands of Casco Bay and pass by 4 lighthouses, historic 19th century forts, and the scenic Maine Coast.  Why board a larger, more crowded tour boat when you can enjoy our personalized service on a private tour? Charters depart from Portland's Old Port or from our dock, where free parking is available ... More info ›

Step aboard a vintage Maine Lobster Boat for a private, 3-hour lighthouse viewing & sightseeing charter.  Leave the crowds behind as we tour the islands of Casco Bay and pass by 4 lighthouses, historic 19th century forts, and the scenic Maine Coast.  Why board a larger, more crowded tour boat when you can enjoy our personalized service on a private tour? Charters depart from Portland's Old Port or from our dock, where free parking is available.  Perfect for families and small groups, each charter is private for groups of up to 6.

Each charter includes a captain as well as a deckhand who will serve as your guide.  You will meet your guide at Bell Buoy Park, 72 Commercial Street, Portland ME.  This is adjacent to the Casco Bay Lines Ferry Terminal.  Your guide will escort you down the ramp to the water taxi dock and assist you with boarding MONHEGAN, our vintage lobster boat.

You've undoubtedly seen Maine's lighthouses in pictures and on TV, but now you can view them from the water on your own private boat!  Commissioned by George Washington in 1787, Portland Head Light is Maine's oldest and arguably most iconic lighthouse.  On our way, we will pass by Bug Light, Spring Point Ledge Light, Fort Gorges & Fort Scammel.  Your guide will point out these and other interesting sights as well as any wildlife we encounter.  

From Portland Head Light, your captain will navigate past Ram Island Light and then through some of Casco Bay's islands.  You will watch Maine's rocky, tree-lined coast slip by as you relax on our deck chairs.  MONHEGAN is a very stable vessel, and she is outfitted with a retractable weather cover so your comfort aboard is assured.  If you wish, you can bring aboard food or beverages, and your guide will be happy to assist in serving.  MONHEGAN is stocked with glassware, plates, and utensils.  We provide a cooler with ice and bottled water on all charters.  Alcohol may be responsibly consumed by our guests of legal age.  Your guide is happy to assist in serving. 

Throughout the cruise, guests will find ample opportunities for photos.  This is a fantastic way to see some of the best sights in the Portland area and will certainly be one of the highlights of your time in Maine.

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Casco Bay Half-Day Sea Kayak Tour

Casco Bay Half-Day Sea Kayak Tour - Portland, Maine

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$65.00

Explore the beautiful islands of Casco Bay in this four-hour sea kayak tour. After a brief lesson on the basics of sea kayaking, you'll set out with a licensed Maine Guide ... More info ›

Explore the beautiful islands of Casco Bay in this four-hour sea kayak tour. After a brief lesson on the basics of sea kayaking, you'll set out with a licensed Maine Guide. The small group will island-hop through the bay, looking out for seals and seabirds and enjoying the views of lighthouses, 19th-century forts and other fascinating landmarks. We’ll stop at an island for a break and a snack provided by Portland Paddle. This is a great tour for anyone who wants to get a taste of sea kayaking in the rugged islands of the Maine coast. Our most popular trip!

Our tour begins with the small group gathering at Portland Paddle's site at the East End Beach, where you'll meet your guide and get geared up with lifejackets and paddles. After taking a look at the route on a map, your guide will provide a brief lesson on sea kayaking and help you select a kayak. All of our boats are high-quality, well-maintained sea kayaks that are designed for ocean paddling. We often use tandem (two-person) kayaks for our shorter trips because they are more stable and spacious than solo kayaks and easier for novice paddlers to use. If you prefer a solo kayak and have some sea kayaking experience, let us know when you book your trip. We have boats for all body types and skill levels.

Once everyone is in their boats, you'll launch onto the water. The group will start by paddling along the coastline as a group, making sure that everyone is comfortable in their boats before we head away from shore. Then your guide will lead you on your first crossing over open water into the islands of Casco Bay.


The exact route you take will depend on the weather conditions and the group's interests and experience. Every trip is a little different. Some of our favorite destinations are less than a mile away, but the great variety of islands in the bay offer endless possibilities for exploration. Look out for seals, lighthouses, wave-battered cliffs, seabirds, wooden schooners, hidden beaches and gorgeous 19th-century granite forts.

About half-way through your trip you will pull up at a beach on an island for a break. Your guide will lay out a variety of snacks that include a healthy treat and something sweet. You'll have time to go for a quick walk, take some photos, gaze in the tide pools or maybe even go for a swim!

Throughout your trip your guide will share their deep knowledge of the region's natural and cultural history. They will also be happy to help you improve your kayaking skills. And their top priorities will always be making sure the group is staying safe and having fun.

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