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Welcome Aboard

Schooner Mary Day

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With just 28 passengers, 90-foot deck length and 23-foot beam, there’s plenty of space for everyone.


  • Climb aboard wooden boarding ladders and immediately feel at home

  • On deck, an uncluttered layout, complete with deck chairs and rocking chair, invites you to stretch out, relax, nap or snuggle under the stars

  • Two private heads, one with a hot shower, located on deck, and kept immaculate by the crew

  • public on deck shower for rinsing off and warming up after a refreshing dip in the ocean


The first Maine windjammer built especially for passengers, Mary Day was designed with your comfort in mind.

  • A welcoming and spacious main saloon with skylight and antique tabletop oil lamps offers cozy seating areas to gather for a meal, play games, or enjoy an evening of live music

  • Gentle and appealing staircase allows for easy access down below to the main saloon, galley and single cabins

  • a calming, romantic atmosphere radiates from the main saloon from the warm glowing fireplace, quaint parlor organ and rustic glow from hanging oil lamps

  • An open and embracing galley where guests are always welcome to take a peek to see what’s cooking on the antique wood cookstove, or even lend a hand if they so desire


It’s all in the details that make Mary Day the majestic windjammer that she is. 


  • Cheerful cabins below have ample headroom, easy access from the deck by ladders, opening skylights and windows providing plenty of fresh air and sunshine

  • All beds are 6’2 in length and fully made prior to guests arrival with crisp sheets, wool blankets and comforters

  • Fresh water sinks with soft towels provided in every cabin

  • Wood fired heat in every cabin keeps things dry and wards off the occasional evening chill




We take pride in taking care of our guests, because we love what we do, and who we do it for.

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