Casco Bay Adventures

Casco Bay Adventures became an official company in late summer 2013. The idea for CBA was first "hatched" some ten years ago with a bunch of guys hanging out on Stave Island thinking about how much fun other folks would have doing the things we normally do on the bay. We now offer a variety of "adventures". While our "official" motto is "Maine Your Adventure", our unofficial motto is, "What do you want to do (on Casco Bay), we'll do it!!" We invite you to check out our website at cascobayadventures.com .
Casco Bay Adventures
Casco Bay Adventures1 day ago
We hosted some great kids from Gorham Recreation Summer Adventure program for some fishing and lobstering. It was an awesome day on the bay for these kids.
Casco Bay Adventures
Casco Bay Adventures2 weeks ago
Fun adventure on Casco Bay for a family visiting from Virginia. Caught lobsters and bait fish, saw seals and the kids went swimming at Hadlock Cove. Great summer memories for all!!
Casco Bay Adventures
Casco Bay Adventures4 weeks ago
Our morning Adventure today was able to stop at Stave Island to see seals and meet up with Survivor Gabon (Season 17) winner and CBA friend Bob Crowley. Needless to say, he had lots of good stories to share with the family on their outing. Bob Crowley
Casco Bay Adventures
Casco Bay Adventures1 month ago
We have just added 90 min "sunset cruises" to our list of offerings. These would be on the 28 ft Adventurer. A great way to kick back and watch Maine's beautiful sunsets while viewing seals on the rocks and the Portland skyline. Go to @cascobayadventures.com to book your outing!!
Casco Bay Adventures
Casco Bay Adventures1 month ago
Another beautiful day on Casco Bay. A family from Long Island (the one in NY!!!) staying on Peaks joined us for a great morning of fishing and hauling traps. A nice striper brought in by one of the boys will make a great memory of his stay in Maine.
Casco Bay Adventures
Casco Bay Adventures1 month ago
An afternoon Adventure for a family from PA, including a birthday boy!!! Fishing, hauling lobster traps and dozens of seals. Also stopped at Jewell Island for a quick jump into the COLD water (including Capt John taking a dip). This type of family outing really is our "bread and butter". Constant action and lots of activities.