Summer Camp Programs

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In partnership with camps and organizations in our community, Compass Project has brought boat building projects to kids from Kennebunk to Rockland.

Interested in having Compass Project staff lead a boatbuilding program at your summer camp, school, or event? Programs can be tailored to your needs, but a typical week-long program would cater to a group of 10 students, and you would keep the rowboat, canoe, or kayaks at the end of the week.

Interested in building a boat with your family? Contact us for current opportunities to participate in an organized boat building event or to arrange for a customized program.

Past Summer Programs Include

Aucocisco School: students in the summer program built a Bevin’s Skiff under a pop-up tent outside of their school.

Belgrade Community Center for All Seasons: campers have built several Peace Canoes to paddle on Great Pond.

Camp Frosty: a summer program offered collaboratively with SailMaine. Working at the Compass Project workshop, Students built a total of 6 Cape Cod Frosties, which were added to SailMaine’s fleet of boats for beginner sailers.

Camp Runoia: campers in the leadership program built a Peace Canoe, and each camper carved their own Canoe Paddle.

Kennebunk Beach Improvement Association (KBIA): students have built an Optimist Pram, Bevin’s Skiff, and dozens of toy sailboats. Campers will build an Echo Bay Dory Skiff and more toy boats this summer.

 

 

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