Map of Passamaquoddy Bay Region
Neighboring Yacht Clubs
St. Andrews YAcht Club
Contact Roger McNabb, Commodore, 506-529-8667, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sail St. Andrews - Sailing Program
Sailing Classes for Youth in Beautiful St. Andrews!
Passamaquoddy Bay Area Marinas
There are several marinas in the Passamaquoddy Bay area. Please contact the marinas directly for information about their facilities.
Eastport Marina - Eastport, Maine
The Chowder House, 167 Water Street (207) 853-4700
Gas and diesel available.
The Wharf - Lubec, Maine
69 Johnson Street, (207) 733-4400
Moose Island Marine - Eastport, Maine
6 Sullivan Street, (207) 853-6058
Chain and mooring balls available.
St. Andrews Government Wharf - St. Andrews, New Brunswick
Saint Andrews Wharfinger at (506)529-5170.
Welshpool Landing - Welshpool, Campobello Island, N.B. Operated by Friars Bay Development Association. For information call Peter Harwerth, Harbour Master, at (506) 752-1901. Check out this video to learn more!
VisitLubecMaine.com - Site with information about Lubec: things to do, current events, places to eat, shop, or stay.
Right Whale Research Blog - New England Aquarium: Part of a collaborative effort to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales from ship strikes, gear entanglements and other threats. Download the Mariners Caution Card in English or French.
New England Aqurarium - Right Whale Research Blog, Part of a collaborative effort to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales from ship strikes, gear entanglements and other threats. Download the Mariners Caution Card in English or French.
Clearing Customs at the U.S. and Canadian Borders
Technically the captain should go to www.cbp.gov or call (207) 532-2131 ext 255 for CASC in Houlton for info (such as no fresh citrus products can be on board). Practically, one can call Eastport at (207) 853-4313 for clearing between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday or call Lubec at (207) 733-4331, open 24/7. The captain must walk to the office with registration and passports while all others stay on board awaiting clearance.
All recreational boaters are required to present themselves upon their arrival in Canada as per the Customs Act (CA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). This includes all foreign boaters entering Canada, as well as private boaters who depart Canada and enter foreign waters, and subsequently return to Canada.
The process has been simplified and allows certain boaters to present themselves to the CBSA by calling the Telephone Reporting Centre (TRC) at 1-888-226-7277. Please visit the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) website and review the Simplified Cell Phone Reporting for Private Boaters fact sheet.