Merchants Row is a Penobscot Bay archipelago of more than thirty small islands that lies between Deer Isle and Mount Desert Island, The Maine Coast Guide describes the islands of Merchants Row as "unsurpassed for beauty anywhere in Maine. The islands are all darkly wooded and fringed with white and pink sloping granite shores. Tight passages wind between them, and harbors are everywhere. Even the names of the islands are evocative—Sprout and Potato, Enchanted and Grog, Round, Bare, and Green. Other names remind you that for every island, there is rock—Hells Half Acre and Devil and Wreck Island."
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