Overall, I enjoyed the trip and would recommend it to other travelers with a few observations. The first day orientation was not well organized. The room was cramped and there were no refreshments or drinks . The motel accommodations were adequate, but below the standards of previous RS trips. Conversely, the breakfast was better than expected. The picnic lunches were quite good and the locations very pleasant. The included dinners were all good. Great presentation on lobstering. I was disappointed we were unable to see The Bass Harbor Lighthouse. Since access to the lighthouse is restricted, it should be taken off the itinerary. The boat ride aboard The Sea Princess was wonderful, but be forwarned; dress warm with good head and ear protection. There seemed to be a 30 degree temperature difference between the land and when on the water. The Granite Industry Museum tour should be shortened by half. The granite splitting demo was interesting, but the presentation dragged on and on. The weather in late May was better than anticipated. We had only one destination rained out. Our consolation stop at an antique car museum was way too long. It would have been better to simply take us back to the motel. My observations are based on the four previous Road Scholar trips.