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Lobster Travel Packages Maine Coast – Our Boat to Table
Back for the 2014 Season (Only available during the summer)
This wonderful package combines, luxury accommodations, delicious lobster and a lovely lighthouse. Stay at the Camden Windward House Bed and Breakfast, go out on a real lobster boat, see the breakwater lighthouse and catch your lobsters that you can bring back to the Camden Windward House – where the Innkeepers will cook for you and add a side salad, corn and bread. This is a great opportunity to eat fresh from the sea.
The Lobster Travel Package Maine Coast includes:
- Boat Ride in the Harbor
- Learn About Lobsterin’ from a Veteran Lobsterman
- Catch Your Lobster
- We’ll Steam Your Lobsters For You
Options for Eating the Lobster
Steamed by the innkeeper for dinner or made into our Windwardhouse Lobster Rolls for you to take hiking or picnicking.
Available June through early October.
Add to your room rental: Package includes 2 tickets to Lobster boat in Rockland Harbor ( a short drive from the Inn), 2 cooked lobsters, 2 side salads, corn and bread & butter. Wine and beer may be added for an additional charge. This is a very popular package, book early to ensure a seat on the boat. $60.00 per person.
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Lobster Travel Package Maine Coast
This is a great way to enjoy lobster at a B&B in Maine. You have the option of going one of several daily tours aboard a genuine Maine lobster boat. The captain, a veteran lobsterman for more than 20 years tells you about the lobstering life, while you tour the harbor pulling traps. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like, how it’s done, or wanted to talk to someone who makes their living from the sea, it’s a fantastic experience.
Once you return to the Windward House Bed & Breakfast we cook your lobster for you and serve it in our dining room. Or you may opt for us to make your lobsters into lobster rolls to be packed for a picnic or hiking lunch on the go.
This is one of the best ways to enjoy the Camden area. Your guide is a living part of the nautical heritage of the Maine Coast.