Leaving Penobscot Bay behind we travel eastward through Jericho Bay into the Mt Desert Narrows.
Mount Desert Island, home of Acadia National Park, is a large 108 square miles / 280 km2 island with dramatic coastlines. Stunning shores, creeks and inlets makes cruising the island a delight. In the very south of the island you will find Bass Harbour Head lighthouse, a 1858 lighthouse tucked into the rocky shoreline. Whilst exploring the island make sure to visit the picturesque Southwest & Bar Harbours. The stunning & dramatic coastal beauty is sure to slow the pace and relax your mind. Lobster and other seafood are in ample supply so rest assured you are well feed.
Acadia National Park, is a 47.000 acre park that covers woodland, granite peaks as well as the rocky coastline.