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The car ferry from Bar Harbor ME to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, has been discontinued, but there are other ways to go from Maine to Canada.


 

 

It was really great when you could drive (or walk) onto a sleek ferryboat in Bar Harbor, glide out of Frenchman Bay and across the Gulf of Maine, across the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, and find yourself in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

It was a fine way of having a Two-Nation Vacation.

Although there is no longer any international ferry service from Bar Harbor, you can still have an excellent Two-Nation Vacation in a different way.

Driving to New Brunswick

Pack your passport (or other acceptable ID) and drive from Lubec ME to Roosevelt Campobello International Park; or drive via Calais ME into New Brunswick, Canada, and enjoy the charming, delightfully uncrowded summer seaside resort town of St Andrews-by-the-Sea. More...

Portland ME to Yarmouth NS

A ferry service operates daily in summer between Portland, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, from June through mid-October. More...

Saint John NB to Digby NS

You can also benefit from ferry service to Nova Scotia by driving via Downeast Maine to Saint John, New Brunswick, and taking the car ferry across the Bay of Fundy to Digby, Nova Scotia. More...

The Cat catamaran ferry, Boston MA
Man & dog look at The Cat...

—by Tom Brosnahan


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New Brunswick, Canada

Bar Harbor Transportation

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Mount Desert Island

Acadia National Park

What to See & Do

Bar Harbor Hotels

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About Bar Harbor

 

 

The CAT ferry, Bar Harbor ME

The CAT, the luxury catamaran ferryboat that once zoomed between Bar Harbor ME and Yarmouth NS Canada.

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