Welcome to Harpswell : Orrs Bailey Island
Just a short drive from the Brunswick area come to Harpswell & Orrs Bailey Island !! Here you will find some of the finest Restaurants and Accommodations in the area,just outside all the city Lights , Come Relax and Adventure !!
Boating & Marinas:
...where you’ll have the opportunity to learn and develop kayaking skills and to use your new found repertoire to bring you enjoyment on the shores of a foreign land, a secluded island, or a wilderness waterway. H2Outfitters
PO Box 72, Orr's Island, Maine 04066 • Email: [email protected]
Telephone (207)833-5257; Toll-free 800-20-KAYAK (52925)
We are a family owned and run business located on Orr's Island, Maine. The owner, Melinda, was born, raised and stil currently lives in Harpswell.
All of our candy is made right in our shop where customer can come in and watch their favorite candy being made. All of our retail is made in maine, made by locals, or supports Maine's symbols and tradition 1795 Harpswell Island Rd. Orrs Island, ME, 04066 (207) 833-6639
Email Island Candy Co. at:
[email protected] WE CAN SHIP ANYWHERE, CALL AND PLACE YOUR ORDER!
The owner of also manages a family owned seasonal rental property, please feel free to ask more questions or give us a call.
Since 1955, we have been serving lobsters fresh from the waters surrounding Bailey Island. All of our seafood and meats are of the highest quality and our lobster, shrimp, scallops, and shellfish are purchased right at our wharf to ensure supreme freshness! We Ship Fresh Maine Lobster Anywhere!
Sailing Cruises :
What Does Tavake Mean Anyway?
Tevake was one of the greatest Pacific navigators of the twentieth century. His name means `tropicbird'. Tevake himself once said that, like this bird, he went `far and free'.
Tevake was born on Pileni, an island of the Santa Cruz group in the Temotu Province of the Solomon Islands. At about the age of seven, under his father's guidance, he began learning to sail by the stars, winds, and the movements of the ocean. His navigational skills became legendary, and he passed them on to other younger navigators. Late in his life, he showed New Zealand explorer David Lewis how he navigated without instruments. Lewis then took this knowledge to the world.
To contact us:..apt. Bethany McNelly & Capt. Perry Davis Tevake Sailing Charters5 Water St, Thomaston, Maine 04861House: (207) 354-0274 , Bethany’s cell phone: (207) 841–9125, Perrys cell phone: (970) 379-4931, Sea Escape: (207) 833-5531
Email: T[email protected] Web page: www.myspace.com/tevake