COME FOR THE RACING, STAY FOR THE TOWN
Saturday, July 31st
10 a.m. Parade of Sail - Spectacular Presentation of the 60 plus boats
entered in the Camden Classics Cup. Get your spot at
Lyman-Morse or anywhere along the harbor.
Monday and Tuesday
August 2 and 3
Sail to Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership for a hike around the campus and picnic lunch!
Join us on Hurricane Island!
Walk through our Center for Science and Leadership campus; explore our research in scallop aquaculture; learn about our integration of science education and science research and our use of sustainable systems; and review the site and plans for the new Hurricane Island Marine Field Research Station. We will provide a picnic lunch.
We have six 3,000-pound granite block moorings and one 5,000-pound mooring located on the east side of the island near our main pier. These moorings are attached with 1 1/8” bottom chain and 1" nylon top gear and are inspected annually. Larger boats landing at the float on the eastern side of the island should contact staff on VHF 16, and limit themselves to unloading and loading only. Hurricane has a small dingy that is available if you need to travel between your mooring and the float. There is a suggested donation of $15 for picking up a mooring for the day.
Anchoring at Hurricane Island
Anchoring is welcome on the East side of Hurricane Island. The bottom type is sand and gravel, with depths ranging from 20-80’ depending on tide and location. Please stay clear of anchoring in the mooring field, staying North or South of it, and take care to stay clear of Hurricane Ledge, which skirts the East side of the mooring field.
Please contact Bob Heath, Hurricane Island's Program Manager, at email@example.com, or give him a call at 207-466-7201.
Harbormaster Steve Pixley and LIfeFlight's Melissa Arndt Present the Winning Trophy to the Winners of the Row & Paddle Race
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