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Activities

Opening Weekend – Burnt Island Visit

“Approaching Boothbay Harbor from the sea, whether from southward or eastward, you head toward one of the most beautiful harbor lighthouses on the entire Atlantic Coast — Burnt Island Light. The shining whitewashed tower stands in bold contrast to the backdrop of dark evergreens and offers a tacit but cheery welcome to the waterborne visitor. This lighthouse is a guide, not a warning. – Malcolm F. Willoughby, The Boothbay Register, 1962”.

On Saturday and Sunday, May 20 and 21, join us aboard our private launch for a short voyage across the harbor to the historic Burnt Island Lighthouse where we will take a brief tour of the Island, learn about its history and enjoy the beautiful setting. Refreshments will be provided.

Bright Line Route