The Original Monhegan Mail Boat Experience.
You’ll embark in the charming village of Port Clyde, at the tip of the St. George peninsula. Once passengers and freight are loaded on board, we steam out of the harbor past Marshall Point lighthouse.
As we follow our protected route among pine-clad islands, we see birds of many varieties. Sometimes, porpoises and small whales rise from the water just beyond our bow. Our course usually takes us by lobstermen hauling their traps, schooners gliding before the wind, and pleasure craft of every description.
On the return trip, we pass close to Seal Rock, where we often spot entire families of seals frolicking in the water and basking in the sun.
Take a trip with us out to Eastern Egg Rock to see and Atlantic puffin nesting site and learn about Project Puffin, a model for restoring seabird populations around the world. Or let us show you an array of picturesque lighthouses, including Marshall Point, Whitehead, Two Bush and Southern Island.