Schooner Isaac H. Evans, or ‘The Evans’ as she is often lovingly referred to as, has seen a long life working many different careers. Built in 1886, she is the oldest surviving oyster fishing schooner in existence. Today she hails out of Boothbay Harbor, Maine, docked at the Boothbay Harbor Shipyard available for public day sails and private charters. She offers her guests a chance to sail the picturesque coast of Maine while participating in the preservation of a National Historic Landmark. Passengers have the opportunity to help haul on lines to raise the sails (in fact, it is encouraged!) and learn more about the history of traditional tall ship sailing on board the 5th oldest sailing vessel in the country still sailing. The captain and crew are excited to share their traditional sailing knowledge with you and show you the beauty of Boothbay Harbor!