About the Nebi

Nebi is named after the Abenaki Indian word N’bee, meaning water, thus to honor The Sacred Water and The People protecting it.

She has a European vibe (being made in Holland), a sleek feel and the comfort of a home with a 360 degree view of the Damariscotta River. She is docked at Schooner Landing Restaurant and Marina, just 2 min walking distance from charming restaurants, galleries in the quant village of Damariscotta, Maine, and a short drive to gorgeous light houses, walking trails and beaches.

You can paddle our kayaks or canoe from Nebi, along the tidal Damariscotta River to discover the magical wildlife, timeless mansions and the working waterfront of oyster farmers, lobstermen and fishermen; and visit the marvelous state park, Dodge Point, and its beach.

Do you feel like a drink and oysters while sailing down the River? Every day there are tours we run with The River Tripper, and we supply you with discounted tickets to enjoy a relaxing ride while Capt Chip regales you with local history, natural lore, and tales of oyster farming on the river.

Climb aboard Nebi and be welcomed to the water. The spacious aft deck has a table and plenty of shaded seating. Continue forward and up to the flying bridge, with the best view in the harbor, and more shaded seating options. Amble up the side decks to an acre of fore deck just waiting to help with your tan!

Below decks you enter the salon, lots of elbow room surrounded by elegance and windows wrapped in sunshine. Moving forward is the euro-styled galley and dinette which is open so the chef is always part of the action. It’s equipped with an upright refrigerator, gas stove, microwave, large sink, and coffee and tea maker. The adjacent dinette comfortably seats six. Forward still you enter the cozy fore peak or V-berth, which sleeps two with attached head.

Now back aft in the Captains quarters, you’ve landed in the lap of luxory. There is a large shower and private head; and plenty of locker space and a custom queen bed you’re not going to want to leave.

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