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Rangeley Region Lake Cruises and Kayaking

274 Shore Drive, Rangeley, ME 04964
+1 207-670-8391
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Fun - Informative - Beautiful

I have been spending my summers in Rangeley for 8 years but had never taken this tour. When my Mom... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
James G
Wonderful experiences !

We spent three weeks in Rangeley recently and took two trips with Kevin. On July 26 we did a... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Dingalingdona
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Earlysville, Virginia
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2014, 2015 and 2017 BEST BOAT CRUISE in the entire State of Maine...as voted by Down East Magazine Readers! Rated # 1 of 28 "Things To Do" in Rangeley for 5 straight years! Offering Scenic Lake Cruises, Private Charters, Sunset & Foliage Cruises, Mothership Kayak Excursions and Guided Kayak Trips on Maine's Rangeley Lakes. Two unique vessels, our 1947 restored wood launch the Oquossoc Lady and our 30' pontoon boat, the Gray Ghost. Now in our 8th season, we have become the premier summer activity in Rangeley. The Oquossoc Lady returns you to the time when small private steamers sailed the lake. At 28', she seats 10 passengers. The Gray Ghost, at 30', is the largest commercial vessel in the region and provides safe and comfortable transport to our remote guided paddling destinations on the Rangeley Lakes. All cruises and paddle trips include a historic overview of the Region as well as wildilfe viewing. Loons, Bald Eagles, Ospreys, maybe even a Moose. Owner is a licensed Registered Maine Guide and Boat Captain as well as a Director with the Rangeley Historical Society.
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274 Shore Drive, Rangeley, ME 04964
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+1 207-670-8391
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I have been spending my summers in Rangeley for 8 years but had never taken this tour. When my Mom and some friends came in town we decided to take the sunset tour on the Oquossoc Lady with Kevin. The trip was awesome. I should...More

Thank James G
Reviewed 5 days ago

We spent three weeks in Rangeley recently and took two trips with Kevin. On July 26 we did a paddle on th Kennabago and was a great variety of wildlife, including both mature and immature bald eagles. On July 31 we took a cruise on...More

Thank Dingalingdona
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Kevin and Doreen are the nicest people and Kevin's guided kayak trip on Rangeley Lake is an absolute must if you are visiting the area. Kevin is very knowledgeable about the area, flora and fauna, and was an excellent and engaging guide on this beautiful,...More

Thank Pam J
Reviewed 6 days ago

In July, my siblings and our 86 year old mother traveled to Rangeley for a three day stay. My family has been vacationing in Rangeley for many years, but had never taken a lake cruise. After seeing the advertisements for Rangeley Region Lake Cruises, we...More

Thank EJF1230
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a must do in Rangeley. Kevin and Doreen make you feel like family. Kevin is an excellent Captain and is extremely knowledgeable on the history and geography of the Rangeley Lakes area. This was a highlight of our trip for the whole family.

Thank Edward1622
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was our third visit to Rangeley, but our first time taking the cruise. Kevin & Doreen were so welcoming and really made the trip so enjoyable. We did the sunset cruise on a perfect night. Kevin was full of information and trivia, keeping the...More

Thank libby1229
Reviewed 1 week ago

Kevin and Doreen have established a wonderful business for themselves on Rangeley Lake. What is truly remarkable is that although at this time they offer the only tours of the lake, they still do an absolutely stellar job. My husband and I and extended family...More

Thank Adrienne1960
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Having take a cruise on Rangeley Lake a few years ago I knew what to expect & the Oquossoc Lady & Kevin did not disappoint. Picking us up on the dockside of the house we were staying in was an added treat. The evening weather...More

Thank Joanne D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a charming sight to see the sweet Oquossoc Lady pull up to the dock, with its lovely tasseled awning and beautifully maintained woodwork. Kevin, our host, was friendly, chivalrous, and informative, providing a history of the region while steering us into the sunset. Definitely...More

Thank rleaney
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a spectacular hour cruise on the Gray Ghost and the views from Rangeley Lake are breathtaking! Kevin is very knowledgeable about the area and kept us all entertained (young & old). It's a perfect tour if you are traveling with young children. Kevin...More

Thank BeckyMartineau
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oquossoc
13 August 2017|
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Response from RangeleyCruiser | Property representative |
Yes, our large (30') pontoon boat, the Gray Ghost, is wheelchair accessible...you can simply roll the wheelchair right on to the vessel. Our 1947 vintage wood mail boat, the Oquossoc Lady, is not handicapped... More
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meme2six
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Response from Branwen_K | Reviewed this property |
A lake. Rangeley is in the western mountains, lakes and rivers only. The sea is three hours away by car.
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