MASKGI Pool Session January 2020

Additional Pool Sessions for 2021

We’ve added 3 more pool sessions on the calendar at the Riverton Pool.  Again, we will only be allowing 6 people in the pool at a time. The sessions will be split up into 2 groups.  6 people from 2:00-3:30 and 6 people from 3:30-5:00. Masks are required at all times except while in the pool. There are also a couple of forms to fill out before attending.  For these reasons and for all of us to stay as safe as possible, please RSVP to Kyle at  to secure your spot as it is a first come first serve basis. The dates are as follows:
2/14
2/28
3/14
Maine Greenland Kayak Festival

New MASKGI Officers for 2020-2021

A huge thank you to our outgoing officers:
Joe Gugliemetti - Treasurer
Liz Johnson - Webmaster

Here are the new and returning officers, approved at the Fall Members Meeting:
Rose Weggler - President
Nancy Zane - Vice President
Kyle Martin - Treasurer
Craig Shipp - Secretary
Dan Cahalane - Webmaster
Seagulls dance at Spar Cove
House Island from the Ferry

Letter to MASKGI Members

MASKGI members,

As the world continues to navigate through COVID-19. There are still unanswered questions. As guides, our livelihoods depend on travel to the state of Maine.  There is no definitive answer on how long the closures and travel bans will continue. Speaking of closures the pool session this Sunday is CANCELLED and the pool is closed in general until further notice.

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Machigonne II crossing the Bay

Message from MASKGI’s President

Hi all,

My name is Rose Weggler, and I’m serving for my first term (2019-2020) as the volunteer President for the Maine Association of Sea Kayak Guides and Instructors. I live in Portland, and have guided in Casco Bay, Boothbay Harbor, Muscongus Bay, and California over the years.  As we kick off our membership drive for 2020 I thought I’d share where we’re headed as an organization this year.

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