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Website: Barnacle Billy's Etc.
Located in quaint Perkins Cove, Barnacle Billy's Etc. has extensive indoor and sundeck seating where guests can enjoy both the beauty of the harbor and the ocean beyond. For over 20 years (year 2009 will be # 21!) Barnacle Billy's Etc. has been known for its luxury lobster, steamed clams, large lusty drinks, barbecued chicken, homemade clam chowder, and of course, the lobster roll and lobster stew.
Website: Bunny Clark
Phone: (207) 646-2214
The Bunny Clark is a forty foot fiberglass deep sea fishing boat built in 1983 and specially designed to carry passengers with speed, comfort and stability. She is powered by a Volvo Penta 163P diesel (New Oct 21,1997) which delivers 680 horsepower and is insulated to reduce noise. This engine allows the Bunny Clark to cruise at a maximum of 17 knots with full tanks of fuel in reasonable weather. A spacious bathroom (by boating standards) is located forward for your convenience. The deck area is equipped with rod holders and seating for everyone with ample space for your coolers and belongings. A large canopy covers most of the deck to protect from rain or spray. Special groundfish, like the like the ones shown above, are the kind of fish we like to target.
Website: Riverside Motel
Phone: (207) 646 2741
Our ideal location (across the harbor from Barnacle Billy's deck) overlooking celebrated Perkins Cove makes the perfect vacation spot. Guests can awake in the morning and breathe in the fresh salt air.
Website: Finestkind Scenic Boat Cruises
Phone: (207) 646-5227
Finestkind Scenic Cruises operates three traditional, Maine built wooden vessels which adhere not only to the strict safety standards of the U.S. Coast Guard; but to our own high standards as well. They all feature diesel engines, modern navigational and lifesaving equipment and comfortable passenger seating; under cover or in the fresh Maine air. Each vessel is tested for stability and passes a rigid inspection every season. At the end of each season the boats travel to the Finestkind Boatyard in South Harpswell, Maine where they are maintained meticulously by the staff. The boats all receive fresh coats of paint and varnish, and are stored there until they are called into service the next Spring. We take great pride in the care and maintenance of our vessels and it shows!