• Tamara Cody
    Tamara Cody

    Tamara is the owner of Port Clyde Kayaks. Tamara learned to swim before she could walk, needless to say she is comfortable on the water. She is passionate about kayaking in Muscongus Bay and has been  paddling the waters around Port Clyde for 20 years. She never grows tired of getting on the water here in Port Clyde and continues to be in awe of the natural beauty in her “backyard”. Tamara is also great at giving local recommendations.

  • Adam Williams
    Adam Williams

    Adam grew up in Maine and learned to paddle off the coast of Harpswell as a teen.  A teacher during the school year, Adam works as a NOLS instructor & Guide for PCK in the summers and continues to build and dream on his homestead.  He is a Maine Sea Kayak & Recreation Guide, an ACA L3 instructor, an EMT and Wilderness First Responder.

  • Thea Ritter
    Thea Ritter

    Thea Ritter is a Registered Maine Sea Kayaking and Recreation Guide. She began kayaking at an early age in Western Massachusetts on lakes 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 also serves in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve.

  • Jon Sibley
    Jon Sibley

    Jon Sibley  is a guide emeritus at Port Clyde kaayks. He 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.