Casco Bay

Casco Bay is an inlet of the Gulf of Maine on the southern coast of Maine, New England, United States. Its easternmost approach is Cape Small and its westernmost approach is Two Lights in Cape Elizabeth. The city of Portland sits along its southern edge and the Port of Portland lies within.

Read more about Casco Bay:  European Discovery, Late 20th and 21st Century, Marine Economy, Ecology, Transportation, Notable Cities and Towns, Islands, Lighthouses, Forts, Newspapers

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Casco Bay - Newspapers
... The newspaper for Portland, the largest city in Casco Bay, is the Portland Press Herald (Maine Sunday Telegram on Sundays) ...
Munjoy Hill - Geography
... Hill overlooks the downtown and harbor to the south, Casco Bay and its islands to the east and north, and shallow Back Cove to the west ... a mile to a sunrise view over the Calendar Islands of Casco Bay and Portland Head Light, and ending at Fort Allen Park with a full sweep of Portland Harbor. 2 foot gauge steam and diesel tourist trains along the Casco Bay shore of the peninsula ...
Casco Bay Brewing Co.
... Casco Bay Brewing Co ... In 2008, Casco Bay was acquired by Shipyard Brewing Company and became a Shipyard brand ...
USS Spangenberg (DE-223) - Service History - World War II, 1944–1945
... From 9 to 17 September, CortDiv 66 conducted training exercises at Casco Bay, Maine ... of CortDiv 66 conducted more exercises at Casco Bay and, at the end of November, moved to Argentia, Newfoundland, to act as killer group for Task Unit 27.1.2 ... After a short cruise to Casco Bay on 20 and 21 March, she got underway for Horta in the Azores, en route to England ...
Sabino (steamer) - History
... Sabino ferried passengers from Portland to the many islands of Casco Bay ... Sponsons were added in 1928 to help stabilize Sabino in the open water of Casco Bay ... In 1935, Sabino was again sold, this time to the Casco Bay Lines ...

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