Meeting the Boat

This is the view from the Camden Public Library. Mary Day has a prominent space in the harbor.

Start your vacation the moment you arrive. A jewel of a harbor town, Camden is set between the mountains and the sea. Many of our passengers plan time before or after their cruise to explore its multitude of appealing shops, galleries, and restaurants.

The Mary Day docks at the head of the harbor adjacent to Atlantic Avenue and its beautiful park, waterfall, and amphitheatre. Google Map to show where we are. You are welcome to board on Sunday after 4 p.m. and spend the night on board. If you won’t be arriving until Monday morning, please plan to be here by 8 a.m. for breakfast. We leave at about 10 o’clock.

How to Get to Camden

Camden is about a two-hour drive from Portland, and four from Boston. You may fly to Bangor International Airport, an hour and a half away; Portland International Jetport, about two hours away; or a small airport about ten miles away in Rockland. Car rentals or limos are available at all three airports.

We provide parking in a safe lot nearby.

The Mary Day is docked at the head of Camden Harbor. Usually, her sails are not up while dockside. This is the view from Camden Deli's deck.