A Summer to Remember

Good morning everyone. These last two cruises have been filled with wild weather. Windy! We didn’t shake the deep reef out of the mainsail this trip and still clocked speeds in excess of 10 knots in comfort.

This lobster boat was really throwing the waves .

Mary Day seemed to be enjoying one last chance to strectch her legs and really go. We passed the 3,000 mile mark for the season. That is alot of miles and alot of fun. And alot of blueberry pancakes, and lobster, and apple/pear cream cheese dessert bars. Best of all a ton of great people to share it all with.

As you can see the schooner is rapidly being put to bed. The crew had all the sails off and topmasts down by the end of yesterday. Quite remarkable.

For those of you who managed to get down to Maine this summer… thank you for joining us. For those of you who didn‚Äôt make it… this summer to remember is gone but we will look forward to seeing you next summer.

Have a great day. Be well. Do good.


  1. Sonia and I had a most memorable trip in July. Thanks for all you do to treat all your guests as friends. I hope the entire Mary Day family has a healthy, happy, and productive winter.

    We are well and doing good.

  2. Good night beautiful Mary Day. Until you awake next summer, may you have sweet dreams, remembering this wonderful season. Thanks for the great memories. 🙂

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