There’s not a lot happening in Camden Harbor this week, according to Harbormaster Steve Pixley.

“It’s basically shoulder season right now,” Pixley said. “In the last five years the shoulder season has extended itself right up to July 3, July 4. It doesn’t get busy until after July 4.”

Nevertheless, there was a bit of news to be found in Camden Harbor.

The Too Elusive, which has a private berth on the west side of the harbor, was getting “its sticks in.” A new main-mast and mizzen-mast went into the boat on Thursday.

The Oasis, a 70-foot motorcraft, will be coming into the harbor around Tuesday.

The schooners are running, although Pixley said they’re having “kind of a slow spring.” The Appledore was in the harbor Thursday and being worked on.

Curtis Island, a public park accessible by boat, is “open for business.” It’s a free park and although the main attraction of the island, the lighthouse, is not open to the public it can be viewed from the water or from the island. “It’s an amazing place,” Pixley said.

The harbor barge has been refitted, Pixley said, and is “not leaking anymore.”

Steamboat Landing, which was damaged by a winter storm, is on the to-do list for the summer. “We’re finding out how much it’s going to cost,” Pixley said. “We’ll get it fixed as soon as possible.”

Although things are a little slow down at Camden Harbor, Gov. Paul LePage visited June 17 and toured the Grace Bailey, the flagship of Maine Windjammer Cruises.

Harbormaster Pixley said that after July 4 he’ll probably be “juggling boats.”