Moosehead Marine Museum’s Board of Directors is monitoring the Governor’s Plan to Reopen Maine and assessing whether it is feasible to resume cruising during the 2020 season. We anticipate a decision by June 5. Updates will be posted here and on our Facebook and Instagram Pages.
A National Historic Site, the steamboat Katahdin, more than any other remaining piece of Moosehead’s history, truly reflects the many eras, interests and businesses of the region’s past and present. Built in 1914 by the young shipyard Bath Iron Works, the Katahdin was later converted to diesel. Now in her centennial year, she is the final link to a bygone era. Affectionately called the “Kate”, she’s a beautiful vessel and a step into the past. Get your tickets today!
Quick ‘Kate’ Facts:
- Katahdin Cruises travel Moosehead Lake, the largest lake in Maine
- Narration of region’s rich history included
- Spacious decks with ample indoor and outdoor seating
- Sandwiches, snacks, soft drinks, beer & wine available from our working galley
- Handicap accessibility on 1st deck
- Reservations required only for special events and special cruises
- Charters for weddings, corporate outings and private parties by reservation – call the office to arrange
- NO SMOKING permitted on board
- No pets aboard the vessel – only certified service animals allowed
- Maximum capacity 225
- Children aged 10 and under are required to wear a life jacket while on board – we supply life jackets but often children are more comfortable with their own