On the Water
Eastport invites you to get out on the water . . .
Whether you are looking for whales on a Passamaquoddy Bay charter, kayaking on Boyden Lake, marveling at the Old Sow Whirlpool or Reversing Falls, or simply taking the ferry or water taxi between Eastport and Lubec, we invite you to get out on the water!
104 Water St.
WHALE WATCHING-LOBSTER CRUISES: Leaves 1:30 PM daily, June through October. Watch for eagles, seals, porpoise, and whales as we cruise by the Old Sow Whirlpool and East Quoddy Lighthouse. Watch as the Captain and Mate pull lobster traps and share the experience of holding all the creatures that come up from the bottom. We also offer Deep Sea fishing trips leaving at 8:00 AM. Come try your luck at catching Atlantic Mackerel, Harbor Pollock, Atlantic Cod, and Atlantic Herring. Sunset cruises are also available.
Downeast Water Taxi
Operates as a boat for hire (small groups). Offers trips to Treat Island (drop off and pick up) for hiking or camping. Offers transportation to and from Lubec. Offers area cruises and lighthouse tours for small groups.
Eastport Lubec Ferry
Enjoy spectacular views of the "Bold Coast" and a panoramic view of the Canadian islands as you travel between Eastport and Lubec. The ferry Quoddy Dam is a US Coast Guard certified 49-passenger vessel, an Eastport tradition for over 40 years.
Downeast Lakes & Land Trust
Grand Lake Stream
Downeast Lakes Land Trust is based in Grand Lake Stream, Maine. We protect lakeshores, improve fish and wildlife habitats, provide public recreation opportunities, offer educational programs, and support jobs in the forest and on the water. We are dedicated to the Downeast economy and environment.