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The Bar Harbor Inn, downtime Bar Harbor. The Inn overlooks the harbor
Bar Harbor is a very popular venue for touring bikers in the summer, lots of Harleys and Gold-Wings on the streets
Bar Harbour. Sailing ship with the Porcupine Islands in the distance.
Lobster boats tied up in the Bar Harbor harbor
This sailing ship leaves several times daily from the dock in Bar Harbor for tours around Frenchman's Bay
Lobster boat at the dock in Bar Harbor
Large cruise ships often visit Bar Harbor. The QE2 and the new Queen Mary II have visited.
Bar Harbor is a destination for the wealthy, as this private motor yacht shows!
Downtown Bar Harbor. Ice cream is a food staple in the summer.
Peaceful view from the Dock in Bar Harbor
Moose may be the most popular animal with visitors to Maine, but this is the only one you're likely to find in Bar Harbor!
Cruise ship leaving Bar Harbor after sunset
Sea kayaks can be rented right from the dock for guided tours along the shore and out to the nearer porcupine islands
A lobster, in fact a LIVE lobster, just pulled from the ocean and about to return. Most lobsters you'll see in Bar Harbor will be boiled and on a plate with butter. There are boat trips however, which will take you to see the real thing
Sailing ship returning to Bar Harbor after a sunset cruise
Kayakers on Frenchman's Bay at sunset
Whalewatching boat, Bar Harbor. Whales can be seen about 20 miles offshore.

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