Our Ship’s Store offers our new “Keeping the Tradition Alive” book, cookbook, gold and silver jewelry, canvas bags, water bottles, hats and caps, aprons, windbreakers, fleece, sweatshirts, denim shirts and a variety of T-shirts, music CDs, posters and charts of the bay. Clothing was chosen for its practicality on deck and for everyday wear: good comfort and appearance at reasonable prices.
Pigment-dyed canvas large tote bag. 100% cotton. Heavy enzyme-washed canvas. Large open main compartment with snap closure. Self-fabric handles. Various colors. Inside hanging zippered pocket. Front pocket 18 ¼” x 15” x 10 ¼”.
A 172 page, 11 x 14 hard cover book, filled with the history of Maine Windjammer Cruises. Over 100 full page images, ranging from the days of cargo to the present, illustrate the remarkable past of our historic schooners.
“The story that has emerged over the past five months, covering 75 years of operation of the same business under four different owners, is an interesting one, and is told in the pages and pictures that follow. But perhaps its most striking aspect is how little Maine Windjammer Cruises has changed in its fundamentals. Yes, the times have changed immensely, and the lives of the people who sign aboard for a cruise bear little resemblance to the lifestyles of the past – one need only look at photographs of Camden harbor from 1940 and from today to see clear evidence of both of those changes. And, yes, the amenities provided aboard the schooners are better: electric lights instead of kerosene lanterns, lifelines to protect you from falling overboard, fewer dormitory-style cabins. But the schooners and what they offer would seem entirely familiar to time-travelers from 1940. They would come aboard, perhaps even to the same vessel that they sailed on seven decades ago. There they would find similar accommodations and friendly crews to welcome them, enjoy the same relaxing atmosphere, eat well and sumptuously – the food prepared over the same wood-burning galley stoves – make new friends.” – from the Introduction by Rod Swift.
Would you like a cookbook with 150 easy-to-prepare recipes in an easy-to-use format? Ann Williamson’s Maine Windjammer Cruises Cookbook is a collection of stores and recipes that represent her 20 years fo training cooks, planning menus, ordering supplies and cooking aboard the Grace Bailey. The book is lavishly illustrated with photographs, in both color and black and white, of our schooners, the food, passengers, crew and the Williamson family. The book is 7” x 9”, 245 pages, spiral bound, soft cover. Published August 2007.
Caps available with embroidered name of the Grace Bailey, Mercantile and Mistress. One size is adjustable. Variety of colors – one solid color for cap and bill or one color for cap and a different for the bill. Just name your one or two favorite colors and we’ll try to find something similar.
Zippered Sweatshirts - $49.00
100% ring-spun cotton. Logos of Grace Bailey, Mercantile and Mistress. Various colors - not all sizes are available in all colors. Sizes run big – S, M, L, XL.
- Schooner Grace Bailey
- Schooner Mercantile
- Schooner Mistress
*Gold prices are based on weight of item in fluctuating gold market. Call or email for current price.
100% preshrunk cotton – “Official Old Salt” T-Shirts with Gwyas Williams cartoon “America’s Playgrounds Windjammer Cruise” which was the in the New Yorker Magazine circa 1950 and also given to us. Maine Windjammer Cruises logo on front, big picture of cartoon on back. Navy Shirt, White Imprint – Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, and a few 3X, 4X & 5X.
Be sure to ask if we have any new products not currently listed on our website.
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Address: MWC Store, P.O. Box 617, Camden, Maine 04843
Phone: (207) 236-2938 or (800) 736-7981
Fax: (207) 236-3229