Boothbay Harbor Seafood Discovery TeleTours

Start your Boothbay Harbor experience with a Maine waterfront tour and a trip back in time to the 1600’s. On this TeleTour you’ll earn about the seafood harvesting practices of our earliest settlers and walk the same ground they did. Next, you’ll hear the history of fishing and seafood connections in Boothbay Harbor over the years, ending with your choice of a tasting.

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Boothbay Harbor, Maine, USA — Lobster boat with two crew taking lobsters from the traps and putting in fresh bait

Each guest will be able to choose the appetizer of their choice as long as you all are at the same restaurant. This is a great opportunity to each order something different and share!

Fishing will certainly be discussed on your Seafood Discovery Tour. Lobster, oysters, scallops, mussels, tuna, salmon, urchins, etc. might be some of the seafood subjects.

Shipbuilding and its related productions will also be touched on. It was a very important waterfront industry in Boothbay Harbor, and ships were certainly needed for offshore fishing and trade. Other aspects discussed could be canning factories, seaweed, ice harvesting, early tourism & steamboats, etc.

Your TeleTour includes the one appetizer per person, tax and tip – see choices below. By clicking the “Book” button, you will see more information about each venue, the prices, and dates. If you’d like, you may choose additional items and beverages on your own once at the restaurant.

Some availability may depend on days the venues are open or their seasonal hours. So, please call if you have additional questions; we are happy to help! Learn more about TeleTours here. We are family friendly and eager to share our expertise with you!

While Red Cloak Tours is usually dog friendly, the restaurants do not allow dogs other than service animals. Maine waterfront tours with a professional Red Cloak guide are also in other locations around the state.

Book Mine Oyster

Book Tugboat Restaurant

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Book Fisherman’s Wharf