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Our Working Waterfront

Eastport invites you to marvel at the deepest
natural seaport in the continental U.S.


Eastport Port Authority

141 Water St.

The Eastport Port Authority was established by an act of Maine State Legislature in 1977 providing Cargo Management, Harbor Operations, Cruise Ship & Bus Charter support.

In, 1981 the first shipment of kraft pulp from Georgia-Pacific Mill in Baileyville was loaded onto MV RAVENSWOOD bound for Scotland. To date, over 8 million metric tons of pulp has been exported through the Port of Eastport. Other cargoes have included logs, rolled paper, windmill blades, cattle, and various other project loads.

(207) 853-4614

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U.S. Coast Guard Station

(207) 853-0684

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Quoddy Pilots

Captain Bob Peacock

Pilot boat services

(207) 853-6122

Eastport Pilots

Captain Jerry Morrison

Pilot boat services

(207) 853-6020

ORPC, Inc.

141 Water St.

Underwater power systems that generate electricity from free-flowing tidal and river currents.

(207) 233-1256

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Moose Island Marine

5 Sullivan St. at the Breakwater

Moose Island Marine Inc. is the most easterly  marine service and supply store store in the USA. Locally owned and staffed with over 40 years of experience in the business. 


We stock materials and hardware for fiberglass,and wooden boat building, commercial and recreational fishing gear, Mustang safety gear, Grundens Foul weather gear, MUCK, LaCrosse and XTRATUF boots all at discounted prices.


Rod and Reel, Clam Hoe rentals,  Nautical Charts, t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, bait and ice for your summertime enjoyment.


Tohatsu outboards, Volvo Penta sterndrives, Yanmar auxillary diesels, Galvanized boat trailers  and parts for all. The largest outboard and stern drive prop inventory around.

(207) 853-6058

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Cooke Aquaculture, Inc.

Estes Head

Our mission is to be a global seafood leader driven by an innovative team that delivers superior products, service, and value to our customers in a safe and environmentally sustainable manner.

(207) 853-6081

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Look Lobster

​​In 1910, two sea captain brothers, Oscar W. and Bert S. Look, began selling groceries, general goods and marine supplies to the townspeople and local fishermen from their wharf on Old House Point, in Jonesport, Maine. Now, a fifth-generation business, the Look family carries on this family tradition. The company has spread out along the Maine coast with sites in Addison, Eastport and Portland. 

Call for availability:  (207) 497-2353

Cargo ships, commercial fishing boats, cruiseships, recreational boats, salmon and kelp farmers, individuals fishing for dinner off our breakwater, our waterfront is always at work.

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