Port Clyde Wharf for Sale
April 28, 2015
Working Waterfront: St. George [Maine], a peninsula town known for its recreational and commercial boating, has 125 miles of saltwater shoreline. But just 200’ of that are in public ownership. That’s why the town’s harbormaster, Dave Schmanska, believes purchasing a shorefront parcel in Port Clyde makes sense.
The $1.1 million property, optioned by the town at $810,000, includes a wharf, 2-story building, launch ramp, and more than a half acre of harborfront land in the heart of the village, just beyond the Port Clyde General Store.
Read more about the proposal to buy the Port Clyde Wharf.
Learn more about boating in Port Clyde, Maine.