Brilliant Days

15 August 2018 | Lincolnville, ME
26 June 2018 | Butter Island, ME
29 August 2017 | Buckle Island and North Haven, ME
27 August 2017 | Northeast Harbor, ME
25 August 2017 | Frenchboro, Long Island, ME
22 August 2017 | Hurricane Island
01 August 2017 | Dix Island, ME
31 July 2017 | Tenants Harbor, ME
24 July 2017 | Penobscot Bay
11 May 2017 | Camden, ME
09 May 2017 | Georgetown, ME
08 May 2017 | Rockport, MA
07 May 2017 | Onset, MA
02 May 2017 | Barrington, RI
30 April 2017 | Duck Island, CT
29 April 2017 | Stamford, CT
28 April 2017 | Sandy Hook, NJ
27 April 2017 | Atlantic City
26 April 2017 | Cape May, NJ
23 April 2017 | Delaware City, DE

Another Favorite Island

25 August 2013 | Isle au Haut, ME
Rich
We spent a quiet few days in Camden visiting and doing boat projects and, after another evening with our southern friends on their way back from Nova Scotia we left for a few days of cruising on Friday morning. Our first stop was Isle au Haut, which we had visited and loved last summer. We got there shortly after noon on Friday and are moored just off the town dock. The moorings are paid for on the honor system by putting money in a soda bottle attached to the mooring line. After walking to both island stores and an amazing chocolatier (Black Dinah, named after a nearby mountain) we have spent our time hiking around island roads and mountain trails, including one 500 ft. peak. The picture is of the lighthouse at the entrance to Isle au Haut Thoroughfare where we are moored. It was recently turned into a B&B (keepershouse.com) with four rooms and a guest cottage, accessible either by a two mile walk from the town dock or for guests, having the ferry from Stonington drop you off at their dock. It is positioned close to the island trails that are part of Acadia National Park.
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Vessel Name: Brilliant
Vessel Make/Model: Grand Banks 42
Hailing Port: Camden, ME
Crew: Rich and Hildy Itkin
Brilliant's Photos - Main
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Who: Rich and Hildy Itkin
Port: Camden, ME