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Matinicus | Criehaven | Vinalhaven | Islesboro | North Haven | Swans Island | Stonington
Bar Harbor | Belfast | Rockland | Isle au Haut

Penobscot Island Air - MatinicusMatinicus:

The most distant of the inhabited Penobscot Bay islands, Matinicus lies about 20 miles offshore. It has a working harbor, a rocky eastern shore, and a U.S. post office. Map

Ann's Mermaid Taxi—207-366-3161
Kathleen Designs
Island Mooring Rentals
Matinicus Island Vacations


Criehaven:

Criehaven is known as the "Island of Lobsters" and is the former home of writer Elisabeth Ogilvie—and the inspiration for her "Tide Trilogy." Map

History of Criehaven
General Information

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Penobscot Island Air - VinalhavenVinalhaven:

With its active summer community and busy lobster fishery, Vinalhaven is one of the best known Penobscot Bay islands—and one of the largest (about nine miles long and five miles wide). Historically known for its granite-quarrying industry, the island offers restaurants, shops, a museum, numerous recreational activities, and year-round accommodations. Map

Town of Vinalhaven
Vinalhaven Chamber of Commerce
Vinalhaven Historical Society

Islesboro:

Islesboro is a ten-mile island town in Waldo County famous for its well-established summer colony; it's home to Dark Harbor, Warren Island State Park, bed & breakfasts, and vacation rentals and offers boating, kayaking, and hiking trails. Map

Town of Islesboro
Warren Island State Park

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North Haven:

North Haven has both an active working population and summer population, gift shops, restaurants, a general store, and a number of vacation accommodations. Map

Town of North Haven
Island Dirt
Nebo Lodge B & B
North Haven Community School

Swans Island:

Swans Island is a large, remote island near Bar Harbor that has few mainland amenities; lobstering is the chief occupation among its residents. Map

General Information
Swans Island Vacations

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Stonington:

Named for its large quarrying operations, Stonington has an economy that centers around fishing and vacation-industry interests. It also has a number of nature preserves. Map

Town of Stonington
Deer Isle–Stonington Chamber of Commerce

Bar Harbor:

Bar Harbor is a well-known coastal destination on Mount Desert Island first settled in the 1700s. The town has numerous businesses, vacation spots, and natural attractions—including Acadia National Park. Map

Town of Bar Harbor
Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce
Bar Harbor Historical Society

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Belfast:

Historically a shipbuilding community, railroad town, and poultry center, Belfast is the county seat of Waldo County and has in recent years experienced a rejuvenated economy. Map

City of Belfast
Belfast Chamber of Commerce
Belfast Historical Society

Rockland:

Calling itself the "Lobster Capital of the World," the City of Rockland is the center of commerce and county seat of Knox County. Its lobster fishery—along with those of nearby towns—is famous; historically it was home to a vital lime-quarrying industry from which it got its name. Map

City of Rockland
Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce
Maine Lighthouse Museum

Penobscot Island Air - VinalhavenIsle au Haut

Isle au Haut is a traditional year-round island community, home to fishing and cottage industry. The island is approximately 12 square miles, five of which are in Acadia National Park, famous for ocean vistas and hiking. Our amphibious floatplane provides access via Long Pond - a mile-long, body of fresh water. Map

Isle au Haut Community Development Corporation

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