“I wanted to say thanks so much for our tour in Camden, we loved it. I love to get the history, and stories, I am always amazed at the presentation.” – Christa
Maine Seafood Discovery Tours are now open for tours along the coast. These may include eating some delicious Maine seafood or having an informative boat trip, as well as learning some history of the fisheries and waterfront industries. This private TeleTour is guided live by conference call as you actually walk the route, guided by your live, professional storyteller! Your personalized live TeletTour ends at a restaurant or boat trip of your choice from our lists.
Depending on your choice of tour, fishing will certainly be discussed, but each tour may feature different types of fishing based on the history of that area. Lobster, elvers, oysters, scallops, mussels, alewives, urchins, etc. might be some of the seafood subjects.
Shipbuilding and its related productions can be a topic on some tours. It was a very important waterfront industry in all Maine communities, and ships were certainly needed for offshore fishing and trade. Other aspects could be canning factories, ice harvesting, lime kilns, early tourism & steamboats, seaweed, etc.
Learn more about TeleTours here, or please call us. Each tour is private and can be somewhat personalized for your family or group. We are family friendly and eager to share our expertise with you!
Damariscotta and Boothbay Harbor are the first of 6 villages where Red Cloak Tours will be offering Maine Seafood Discovery Tours. Check the Damariscotta choices here. As more restaurants and venues open up for the season, we will be including additional tours.
Here are the wonderful Boothbay Harbor Seafood Discovery choices.
These Bar Harbor Seafood Discovery Tours are so unique!
Camden Seafood Discovery Tours has an amazing lobster fishing boat tour included on your Seafood Discovery Tour!
Tasty Rockland Seafood Discovery Tours can be found here.
Kennebunport Seafood Discovery Tours are on this page.
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