Ilesford Dock Restaurant, Ilesford, Maine, USA
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General - Ilesford Dock Restaurant is a small facility lying in a working fishermen's village.
Position - 44° 15.6' N 68° 14.1' W
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Approach & Entrance; Make for Cranberry Harbor by way off Gilley Thorofare.
Berths & Moorings - 5 moorings all for visitors and served by a launch
Maximum length - Not known
Formalities - Not known
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Call sign -
Water - Not known.
Electric - None.
Fuel - At the fisherman's co-op.
Weather forecast - Not known.
Security - Not known.
Internet - Not known.
Other Facilities & Services - Toilets
Chandlers/Ships Store - Not Known
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - Most provisions can be obtained in Ilesford 1 mile away.
Eating Out - There is a restaurant on site and a couple more a short walk away.
Car Rental - Great Deals Here!!!
Limousine Service - Book your Limo Here
Bus Service -
Train Service -
Ferry Service - To NE Harbor, SW Harbor, and Bar Harbor Inn
Airport - Bar Harbor - 18 miles /Bangor International 55 miles
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Local Area - Sandy beach and picnic area adjacent to the facility. Mount Desert Islesford Historical Museum's collection depicts the life and history of the Cranberry Islands and its people. Acadia National Park.
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