Launched in 1882, Grace Bailey came to Maine for cargo work in 1910. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1990, she has won and placed multiple times in the Windjammer Association's annual Great Schooner Race.
Quiet, with no predetermined activities. There's music if any musicians are aboard (there's a piano in the after-cabin lounge). Guests can often go ashore in the mornings, with hiking time also allowed during the lobster bake on longer sailings.
Rustic cabins with upper and lower bunks, a water basin, and battery-powered lights.
Three shared heads below deck. One hot/cold freshwater shower.
Size: 80 ft.
Passengers: 29 (min. age 16, but younger teens can be accommodated with supervision).
Maine Windjammer Cruises, P.O. Box 617, Camden, ME 04843. tel. 800/736-7981; www.mainewindjammercruises.com.
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