With two piers, multiple buildings, cold storage for bait, ample parking, and fuel storage onsite, the facility is an important landing and lobster buying station for the area.
A family-owned property that supports up to 12 commercial fishermen.
Fishermen’s Heritage Lobster Co-op wharf services 40 lobster boats in a fishing harbor that is one of the busiest in the state.
One of the most important fisheries access points in Friendship Harbor.
The most heavily used commercial fishing property on Beals Island, serving nearly 100 boats annually.
A mixed-use property that includes a commercial fishing wharf, a snack bar, a historic house with two apartments, a general store and a second dock with floats for recreational boating access and two moorings.
Isle au Haut Municipal multi-use pier directly benefits the island’s 15 commercial fishermen who land lobsters, halibut, scallops, and clams.
The most heavily trafficked wharf on the island of North Haven.
John Hancock Wharf provides three commercial lobster boats loading and unloading capacity, gear and bait storage, parking and access to fuel.
Maine Fresh Lobster property services about 10 lobster boats seasonally providing fuel, bait, and a point of sale for up to 19 lobstermen.
provides access for more than 10 mussel and mahogany clam boats that require a sturdy pier and deep water to berth at low tide.
Located on Westport Island, the North End Lobster Co-op wharf provides deep water access to fishermen in the area, benefiting more than 40 families.