Welcome aboard the Honey B. on the beautiful Downeast Maine coast. Cruise amongst the islands and view the famous lighthouses. Observe marine mammals, eagles and sea life in the most pristine setting on the U.S. seaboard. Watch lobstermen ply their trade and maybe catch a lobster yourself.
Captain Paul has the experience and holds all the necessary U.S. Coast Guard certification to make your voyage safe and interesting. He has been a licensed commercial fisherman for 48 years. The Honey B., a 34 foot fiberglass working lobster boat, was built on nearby Beal's Island by one of the foremost designers of the classic downeast style. She has been operated continuously by Capt. Paul for 20 years in the lobster, scallop and urchin fisheries.
Nash Island Light
seals enjoying the sun
Lighthouses are a fascination for many of our passengers.There are three within easy cruising distance. Nash Island Light, the present version built in 1874, is nearby and is a frequent destination. Although the lighthouse no longer functions as a navigational aid, Friends of Nash Island Light, a non-profit organization, preserves and maintains the lighthouse. Captain Paul sits on this board.
Marine mammals abound in these farthest Downeast Maine waters. Seals are a common sight and harbor porpoises are spotted often. Occasionally we see a Pilot whale, referred to as a "blackfish" locally. Birds of many varieties inhabit the area. Bald Eagles are seen regularly. Ospreys are often located. We have a nesting colony of puffins on nearby Petit Manaan. Many species of ducks, both diving and puddle ducks, can be viewed on any day. If you are a 'birder' you will not be disappointed. Bring your camera.
Vistit us at: Pleasant River Boat Tours 280 Water St. Addison, Maine 04606 tel. 207-483-6567 cell 207-598-6993 e-mail email@example.com
Pleasant River Boat Tours 280 Water St Addison, Maine 046406 tel. 207-598-6993 tel. 207-483-6567 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org