Transportation in Maine


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  • Affinity Limousine
    Affinity Limousine’s swift chauffeurs transport clients in style 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Specializing in all situations for which a limo would be required, such as weddings, proms, or executive travel, Affinity’s fleet carries clients in elegant fashion. The Lincoln Town Car’s leather seats hold up to 11 friends as they sip complimentary water or champagne, while its dimmable lights can create a romantic mood or enable intense work on a new Lite-Brite creation. Alternatively, a Chrysler 300 sedan ferries passengers to Boston’s Logan Airport or Portland International Jetport, and passenger vans stand by to whisk large groups to any event.
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    15 Lowell st. #4
    Portland, ME US
  • Lilley's Limousine
    Piloting a fleet of luxury rides, Lilley's Limousine’s drivers shuttle travelers from their doorsteps directly to their terminal at Portland International Jetport. Cozy luxury sedans whisk away groups of one to three passengers, and spacious luxury SUVs transport groups of up to six people or 12 inflatable pool alligators. All vehicles come fully equipped with complimentary snacks and water.
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    25 Ross Road
    Scarborough, ME US
  • Eco Detailing Services
    The techs at Eco Detailing Services refuse to clean cars with water. Instead, they use a waterless concoction that contains plant-based surfactants that oust grime and polymers that protect paint jobs from environmental assailants. They use this solution whenever they clean vehicles—whether cars, trucks, motorcycles, or tame dragons. While detailing, they also draw on a range of earth-friendly products with natural, nontoxic ingredients that are safe for kids and pets. When they aren't sponging and drying autos by hand, they work with local nonprofits and the American Red Cross.
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    364 Maine Mall Rd.
    Portland, ME US
  • Lincoln Canoe & Kayak
    After a summer spent paddling a cumbersome aluminum kayak through northern Canada, two college students founded Lincoln Canoe & Kayak in an effort to design a lighter, more ergonomic vessel. Although ownership has switched hands since the brand's inception in 1959, the company continues to craft lightweight canoes and kayaks from fiberglass, Kevlar, or carbon fiber. From their retail paddle shop in Freeport, they also corral new and experienced kayakers into tour and expedition groups that explore Casco Bay, Deer Isle, and Muscongus Bay. Skilled guides impart their knowledge of Maine's coast and lead paddlers to discover Maine?s myriad waterways, where no river, inlet, pond, or kiddie pool is off-limits.
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    8 Varney Rd
    Freeport, ME US
  • Maine Academy of Modern Music
    The music programming at the nonprofit Maine Academy of Modern Music is designed to allow pupils to rock out to their favorite contemporary jams. During individualized lessons, teachers help students master the basics of rock instruments such as guitar, bass, drums, and more. From there, young rockers can enlist in one of the school's rock bands, where they'll learn to play alongside other musicians as a group. That, in turn, leads to performance opportunities, which the school sets up at renowned Portland venues like Bayside Bowl, Big Easy, Asylum, and the Old Port Festival. Bands also assemble at the school's rock camps, where attendees not only rehearse originals and covers but also learn rock history and take field trips to local radio stations. Besides its in-house opportunities, the academy's outreach programs also supply local schools with everything from private concerts to master classes to ensure everyone has access to quality music education.
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    12 Revere St
    Portland, ME US
  • Casco Bay Lines
    With its archipelago of island communities, Maine needed a way to connect its maritime residents after the system of colonial-era catapults became too expensive to maintain. Enter Casco Bay Island Transit District, also called Casco Bay Lines. The aquatic outfit operates a variety of vessels year-round, transporting passengers between Portland and the islands of Casco Bay. Aside from scenic commuter service, the line also introduces visitors to the storybook sights of the northern New England region, whisking them on music cruises and sunset tours along the kraken-dappled bay.
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    56 Commercial St
    Portland, ME US
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