Castine Kayak Adventures
Since 1997 ~ exploring the world by water with customized Sea Kayak Ecotour Adventures. Trips Daily: 9-12, 1-4 and Moonlit and Nighttime Bioluminescent Tours ~ Kayak Shop~ Bike Rentals.
Sea Kayak in Castine, Maine's beautiful, serene, island-speckled Penobscot Bay, connecting Mid Coast Maine and Downeast Maine where time stands still but the water is alway moving. Castine Kayak offers customized sea kayaking tours and instructional clinics for beginners to experienced paddlers. We're located right on the water at Eaton's Wharf launching directly from our docks. Our Registered Maine Sea Kayak Guides lead small, intimate groups on exciting naturalist ecotours, exploring marine sea life, geology and Castine's rich historical past. Top of the line equipment is provided with personalized instruction and customized trip planning. Daily tours: morning, afternoon, sunset, bioluminescent night tours, full moon trips & overnights. Bike Rentals and Gear Shop too. Enjoy Maine the way life should be! Everyone Deserves a good paddle! Book yours today!
17 Sea St. PO Box 703
Castine, Maine 04421
- Phone 207.866.3506
- Website www.castinekayak.com
- Payments Accepted Cash, Credit/Debit
- Hours Open Memorial Day Weekend- Columbus Day Weekend Kayak Shop: 8:30am-7pm Daily! Daily Tours: 9-12, 1-4 Half Day Full Day Tours 10-4pm Night time Bioluminescent Tours approx 7:30-10:30
Experience the beauty of a Maine sunset on the water in the mystical twilight hours as the colors of the sky and water merge and blend. Enjoy paddling by the light of the moon! Complement your experience by dining at one of Castine's eateries! Reservatio...
Wedding Adventures: Kayaking and Biking & Bonding Adventures for Guests! So you've brought all your guests to the place you love the most and chose to get married! Here's an opportunity to share your sense of place with them while they get to know each...
Experience the "Magical Mystery Tour" as written in Downeast Magazine Sept. 04 and Liz Peavey's book, MAINE & ME. Sea Kayak through the waters of the night and observe the bioluminescent dinoflagellates (tiny firefly-like creatures of the water) that ligh...