• George Goodwin
    George Goodwin

    George Goodwin is a resident of Hupper Island. He first came into the kayak shop when he was twelve years old. He tagged along on many a kayak tour and went on to become a registered Maine Sea Kayak Guide in 2013. George is a student at Harvard University and he enjoys spending time on Hupper Island. His love for the area and sea kayaking make him a fantastic tour guide.

  • Jon Sibley
    Jon Sibley

    Jon Sibley has been a lifelong summer resident of Port Clyde and recently retired after teaching for 31 years in the St. Paul  (MN) Public Schools.  He has spent much of the last ten summers kayaking the waters along the shores of the St. George peninsula and surrounding islands with his wife, Sue. Jon has taken a number of kayak classes, both in Maine and Minnesota, he joined Port Clyde Kayaks in 2006 after becoming a Registered Maine Sea Kayak Guide. His special interest is in the cultural history of the area.  He also feels one of the best ways to preserve and appreciate the natural beauty of the areas’ waters is to introduce people to kayaking.

  • Thea Nielsen
    Thea Nielsen

    Thea Nielsen is a Registered Maine Sea Kayak Guide. She began kayaking at an early age in Western Massachusetts on ponds and rivers. After traveling around the world as an international development researcher, Thea moved to the Midcoast to enjoy the serenity and outdoors. She has a great appreciation for the beauty of Midcoast Maine and loves sharing it with others. When she’s not in a kayak, you can find her running alongside wild blueberry fields or hiking with her blue heeler. Thea is also a licensed EMT and serves in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve.