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Mary Day

The first Maine windjammer built especially for passengers, the Schooner Mary Day was designed with comfort in mind. The main saloon is large and welcoming and offers several cozy sitting areas. Just forward is the galley, where you're always welcome to take a peek at what's cooking. Each of the cheerful cabins has ample headroom, easy access from the deck, and an opening skylight and window providing plenty of fresh air and sunshine. On deck, an uncluttered layout invites you to stretch out with a good book and good company. With just 28 passengers on board, her 90-foot deck length and 23-foot beam means there's plenty of space for everyone. Underway, you will find the Mary Day sure and stable. Steadied by the wind in her sails, she doesn't roll like a motor vessel so there is very little likelihood of seasickness. Happily, the Mary Day was also designed with speed in mind. Recognized as an outstanding performer, she is a regular competitor in the annual Great Schooner Race. Her sleek hull allows her to clip along at ten knots or better. What's more, her centerboard, easily hauled up in shallower waters, allows us to sneak into marvelous little anchorages that are off-limits to deep-draft keel boats.