Area Attractions & Services

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Alphabetical Listings
Utilities / Fuel

Maritime Energy

Maritime Energy is a full service, locally owned family energy company serving Knox, Lincoln, Waldo, and Kennebec counties. Our mission is to provide friendly, reliable service and quality products at fair prices to assure customer satisfaction and loyalty. Maritime also operates nine Maritime Farms convenience stores in Midcoast Maine.

Engineering / Manufacturing

MetaVR™

MetaVR™ is a software development company that creates 3D real-time PC-based visual systems that provide the fidelity of geo-specific simulation with game quality graphics. Their software products enable users to build high-fidelity geographically-specific virtual worlds with our terrain generation tools. Their main goal is to provide the simulation and training and GIS communities with superior software products and graphics technology at a substantially lower cost than offered by our competitors.

metavr.com • (617) 739-2667
Education

Mid - Coast School of Technology

At Mid-Coast School of Technology, our unique hands-on programs are oriented towards uniform national standards that prepare our students for academic success and qualified career placement.

http://midcoast.mainecte.org/ • (207) 594-2161

Midcoast Tint & Tow

Reliable, quality work! They use express window films, cut specifically for your vehicle, home, business, or boat on site! Services Offered: Window Tinting - Detailing - Towing

midcoast-tint-tow.business.site • (207) 593-8131
Travel / Transportation

Monhegan Boat Line

The Original Monhegan Mailboat Experience…transporting you through the waters of beautiful Muscongus Bay to enchanting Monhegan Island. You’ll embark in the charming village of Port Clyde, at the tip of the St. George peninsula. Once passengers and freight are loaded on board, they steam out of the harbor past Marshall Point lighthouse and follow their protected route among pine-clad islands.

monheganboat.com • (207) 372-8848