Experience Maritime Maine

    The Maine Coastline | I-95 Exit Guide

    Planning a roadtrip? Thanks to more than 5,000 miles of coastline and industries such as lumbering, shipbuilding, fishing and lobstering, Maine has a rich and storied maritime history and dozens of maritime heritage sites.

    The Maine coastline is dotted with more than 60 lighthouses and fleets of windjammers can still be seen along the coast. More than 125 Maine properties of maritime significance are listed in the National Register, from sea captains’ homes to shipyards and historic vessels, not to mention the Maine Maritime Museum, located on the banks of the Kennebec River in Bath, and the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport.

    Head to Experience Maritime Maine for a full roster of Maine’s coastal treasures.

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