Hardy Boat Cruises

Hardy Boat Cruises

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132 State Rte. 32, New Harbor, ME 04554, United States

Hardy Boat Cruises’ fleet consists of just one boat, the 60-foot-long Hardy III, which serves as both a ferry (running between New Harbor and Monhegan Island) and as a sightseeing cruise boat. Each trip is fully narrated, and the upper deck provides unobstructed 360-degree views, enabling riders to observe local wildlife such as puffins, seals, whales, and bald eagles. The lower deck has covered seating and a galley serving drinks and snacks. Cruise options include the signature puffin watch, lighthouse cruise, and fall coastal cruise, all of which last 50—90 minutes. The company operates between mid-May and Columbus Day.

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