On Saturday, June 1, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. the Camden-based members of the Maine Windjammer Association, including the schooners Mary Day and Lewis R. French and the windjammer Angelique, are opening their decks, galleys and cabins to give the midcoast tourism community an up-close look at the vessels. The open house is geared toward people working in visitors’ booths, hotels, motels and inns, in retail, restaurants and other tourism-related jobs, to help them better answer questions from the public about windjammer cruises. The open house offers the opportunity to tour the boats and ask questions of the captains and crew. The three vessels are docked at the head of Camden Harbor; their dock is accessed from Atlantic Avenue. The Rockland-based captains of the Maine Windjammer Association encourage those interested in learning more about their boats to stop by either North End Shipyard or Windjammer Wharf and request a tour when the boats are at the dock. During the busy fit-out season, tours are not available. After Memorial Day weekend all boats will be painted and ready for cruising season. For more information, email Marti@sailmainecoast.com.