Seaspray Kayaking

Enjoy your next adventure on the water with Seaspray Kayaking! Groups can take kayaking, paddleboarding or a combo tour lead by Licensed Maine Guides. Choose to paddle the protected waters of Mid-Coast Maine or paddle the Atlantic Ocean! Eagles, Ospreys and Harbor Seals are common sights during our expeditions.  
Half-day tours, Full-day Tours, Sunset/Moonlight Paddles and Island to Island Trips along the Maine Island Trail are all possibilities!
Seaspray Kayaking has several paddling centers in Mid-Coast Maine to depart from depending on the experience of your group.
Customized trips and activities can be organized for small groups (4-8)  or large groups (up to 75!). Special group rates are available.
We also have a Fully Outfitted Rental Shop ready to prepare your group with all the necessary equipment as well as a paddling itinerary.
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Contact Info
Address: 320 State Rd., West Bath, ME 04530. Sagadahoc County. Tel: 207-443-3646. Email: Website: Hrs: Mon.-Sun. 9AM-6PM. Contact: Scott Shea,, 207-751-3450. 
Trip Info
Grade Level: All grades. Activity Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies. Cost: Fee.  

Kayaking and Rafting Fun Facts

Ever wonder how a small life jacket can keep your larger body afloat? An object displaces water, which pushes back and causes buoyancy (the more water you displace, the greater the force that pushes back). A life jacket is filled with a very light material, so it can displace a lot of water in comparison to its weight, meaning it will float high on top of the water and keep your head above the surface.

Next time you take a rafting trip, think about the physics involved: learn about how things float, the force and torque from the water and paddle, and the logistics of crossing running water. Most guides can also give you interesting facts about the river in which you are rafting, its history, and the surrounding wilderness. Don’t stop asking questions!