We love this vessel, and we want you to become fond of her too.
Once you settle in and start exploring the Taber, you’ll become aware of the special care and attention we give to your surroundings.
All 12 of our cabins are simple and small, yet comfortable and cozy. Just enough room to stow your gear, dress, and get a great night’s sleep. If you want to foxtrot, we’ve got plenty of space above deck.
folding, portable stadium chair
fresh linens and towels
natural light and fresh air ventilation
sink with cold running water
main cabin light
bedside reading lamps
ample hooks for your convenience
bedside net for storing small items
enough headroom for standing
While your cabin isn’t outfitted with power outlets, we do have a few available for charging your camera batteries and phones, and for operating CPAP machines.
We can ensure a very comfortable night’s sleep. Each bed is furnished with a premium foam mattress, two pillows per guest, quality linens, a cozy comforter, and a classic L.L.Bean wool throw.
We offer 12 cabins with varied bed arrangements for 22 guests:
- 4 cabins with a full-sized double beds
- 6 cabins with two twin beds
- 2 single cabins.
The Taber’s wide beam ensures a stable ride and provides ample deck space to gather or find a quiet space of your own.
plenty of on-deck spots to sit and lounge
a library stocked with cards, various board games, and books
a cozy galley kitchen below with seating for all
two stand-up paddleboards
two classic rowing dinghies for exploring quiet anchorages
If you love glamping, then you’ll feel right at home on the Taber.
If you’re looking for a unique adventure, then look no further than the Taber shower experience!
In the morning and once anchored for the afternoon, we zip a thick canvas into the roof of the on-deck awning, and suddenly you’ve got yourself a floor-to-ceiling private cabana with plenty of room. We hook up a shower nozzle to our wood-fired hot water so you can control the temperature and pressure yourself.
Our two heads (toilets) are located on deck, just steps from your cabin. They are basic but we keep them clean and tidy. They look similar to a flush toilet, but you instead you pull a lever that pumps seawater into the bowl. When you’re done, just step on the foot pedal to open the hatch and let gravity do the rest.
Inside, you’ll find toilet paper, hand sanitizer, a waste basket, sanitary bags, and air freshener. We’ve even decorated the walls with a few framed photos and a bouquet of flowers.