Shucking Classes, Farm Tours, Oyster Bars
From private dining & shucking classes to farm tours,  boat rides & pop up oyster raw bars with   We hope to join us @ Basecamp in Phippsburg, MOC Headquarters, our oyster bar in Portland or remotely at one of our partner events  with Thompson's Point, Maine Beer Company & Portland Schooner.  Thanks for stopping by!
Experience the classic Maine Lobster Bake tradition!  With a working lobster wharf right next door you can can pick your lobster, should you choose!  Complete with corn, potatoes, a few greens & oysters.. obvi! :)  
Oyster Shucking Class
Want to shuck like a pro!  Join us on the Captain's Deck @  to learn a lifelong skill and hopefully enjoy an experience of a lifetime!
Oyster Farm Tours
Come join us on the farm!  Learn about oyster farming and our industry as we educate and entertain, along with slurping a few bivalves along the way!

Our Locations

Base Camp

Phippsburg, ME
Situated on the eastern most side of Casco Bay in the  quintessential coastal fishing village of West Point. Home to our farm, tours, classes retreats, a 24/7 oyster farm stand & more!

Oyster Raw Bar

Portland, ME
Welcome to MOC Headquarters. Our cozy raw bar nestled in the West Bayside neighborhood of downtown Portland ME.  Open for private dining on our outside patio along with fresh take out Maine oysters!


Anytime, Anywhere
Let the Boom Shuck-a-Lucka team entertain and educate you.  From private parties &  catered events to offsite raw oyster. The  Maine Oyster Company is committed to making your next event a time to remember!


Experiences oysters, farm tours & more
Want to learn how to shuck an oyster? Learn  about oyster farming and our industry? Or simply enjoy a boat trip down the New Meadows River,  bubbly and brews included, to visit our shellfish restoration project! All capped off with grilled oysters on the Captain's or   Cocktail decks


Chris & Maria's Experience

July 2020
Chris & Maria came to Basecamp and we had a Boom Shuck-a-Riffic time. We went to the farm, we grilled some oysters and they even helped put our new crop of 50,000 baby oysters in the water!