"Pure Maine" at the Sebasco Harbor Resort

A great Mid Coast Maine discovery
Tucked away on 550 acres on Maine’s Midcoast, Sebasco Harbor Resort is an authentic Maine vacation resort with breathtaking views and real Down East charm and hospitality.

Authentic down east flavor at a family-friendly resort

This unique Maine property is nestled along the Atlantic and the bay twelve mile south of Bath in Mid Coast Maine.

We stayed in the spacious Harbor Village Suites.
And dined 0n the Modified American Plan at the Pilot House Restaurant.
Watch this short video of the Pilot House.

Be sure to take the harbor tour on the Ruth.
After the lobster bake T-Arcadie will get everyone moving to the beat with old timey southern "hoedowns."This "Pure Maine" property is an exceptionally well-managed resort in a stunning location. We spent two days here with our two grand children, and there was something for us to do every minute of our stay.

The atmosphere is very relaxed and casual, but there are numerous activities that our mixed aged group could enjoy.

A recent guest wrote, "We have traveled the USA from Maine to Forida and find Sebasco Harbor Resort our favorite. We have returned many times over the years and it only gets better each time. The natural beauty is something to contemplate."

"The quiet beauty is extraordinary. We love the golf and tennis and walking trails as well as the restaurants. The staff is always friendly, helpful and accommodating, mention a problem and it's fixed."

Days spent at Sebasco is liking going back in time.

The resort is situated directly on a beautiful stretch of Atlantic coastline and features an over-sized salt water pool, golf, tennis, and plenty of walking paths.

Taking a ride on their historic boat, Ruth, is a must thing to do. Seeing the shoreline from the water is a completely different experience than seeing the same venue from the land.

Sebasco Harbor Resort is blessed by its location amid three of Maine’s prettiest fishing villages. You can see the wharves, homes and boats of Cundy’s Harbor, Sebasco Village and West Point from the water cruising on our tour boat the Ruth.

Harbor seals, ospreys, blue heron and double-crested cormorants are all regular sights. Chances are good that you may also see snowy egrets and eagles as well.

Dining at Sebasco

There were special dining events during our stay including a lobster bake and Blueberry Pancake breakfasts. We chose the Modified American Plan which includes breakfast and dinner.

A summer lobster bake is quintessential Maine, and this season Sebasco joined two of  its most popular events, the lobster bake and the contra dance, together. After the lobster bake T-Arcadie will get everyone moving to the beat with Quebecois reels and old timey southern "hoedowns."

Music and dance instruction are provide by T-Acadie, New England’s best contra dance band, and the lobster bake menu is enormous.

What else to do

The Maine Maritime Museum offers trolley tours of the famous Bath Iron Works.
The BIW is now completing the U.S. Navy's latest Zumwalt class guided missile destroyers.
We spent an afternoon walking along the waterfront in Bath, twelve miles north of the resort, and also took a trolley tour through the famous Bath Iron Works (BIW) to view the construction of the U.S.Navy's new class of warships.

This starts at the Maine Maritime Museum a mile south of Bath. Maine's sea story lives here on this 20-acre shipyard site which offers really informative trolley tours of Bath Iron Works, lighthouse & nature cruises, kids' pirate ship.

Since its founding in 1884 (as Bath Iron Works, Limited), BIW has built private, commercial and military vessels, most of which have been ordered by the United States Navy.

The shipyard has built and sometimes designed battleships, frigates, cruisers and destroyers, including the Arleigh Burke class, which are currently among the world's most advanced surface warships.

The trolley tour includes the U.S. Navy's most modern warship, the DDG 1000 Zumwalt-class guided missile destroyer which is beginning to take shape in the BIW yard and 2012 visitors will be mong the first to see this amazing new highly-technological ship being built.

The Zumwalt's appearance has been compared to that of the historic ironclad warship, and it  features a low radar profile giving enemy radar the image of a far smaller ship.

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