Launched in 1962, Mary Daym was the first schooner built specifically as a windjammer and the first coastal schooner built in Maine since 1930.
Games and music are encouraged aboard Mary Daym, with Captain Barry King often playing guitar. Guests are able to go ashore every day for an hour or more, and the weekly lobster bake allows for 3 hours ashore on a remote beach.
Cabins have cold running water, reading lights, skylights and windows, and unusually high headroom (9 ft. in most).
Two heads and two hot/cold showers, all on deck.
Size: 90 ft.
Passengers: 30 (min. age 15).
Schooner Mary Daym, P.O. Box 798, Camden, ME 04843. tel. 800/992-2218; www.schoonermaryday.com.
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