Penobscot Bay Property – Deepwater Boat Mooring

Penobscot Bay is one of the premiere cruising grounds in the world. Enjoy cruising Penobscot Bay with the boat that fits your interests. Sailing is spectacular and the scenery is breathtaking. Penobscot Bay is outlined by a diverse shoreline and is set along a mountainous backdrop. It is 40 miles long and dotted with hundreds of islands. This Penobscot Bay Property – deepwater boat mooring in Stockton Harbor offers a great location for protected mooring in world renowned Penobscot Bay.

Penobscot Bay Property, Deepwater Boat Mooring

Penobscot Bay is a world-renowned cruising area. For sale – Penobscot Bay Property – Deepwater Boat Mooring 1.5 acres, 225′ waterfront on a sandy beach.

Moor and access your boat from your own property.

Additionally, the 1.5 acres property is ideal for keeping a dinghy and kayaks onshore the private sandy beach. It is easy to access boats at deepwater boat moorings along this 225′ of sandy beach waterfront. A deepwater mooring means that you can get to and from shore during all times of the tide cycle. As a result, this land is a friendly environment for boating activities and special

Penobscot Bay Property, Deepwater Boat Mooring

Penobscot Bay Property – Deepwater Boat Mooring

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In recent years, boating activity has multiplied in Stockton Harbor. In fact, the Stockton Harbor Yacht Club, is a great community gathering place and business for all sailors. The public docks and harbor facilities, including a solar powered pump-out barge, are just a short distance further into the harbor. Mooring fees are minimal and the Harbormaster and Harbor committee are excellent community resources for new sailors to Stockton Harbor. There is also a Stockton Harbor Sailing Center, an excellent learning opportunity for young kids in the community. The Sailing Center’s mission is “to empower all individuals with the skills and confidence to become lifelong sailors.”