Maine Lighthouse Adventure
Spice up your celebration of spring with an adventure by land and sea exploring the history and mystery of lighthouses in the Boothbay Harbor area on an exclusive tour with The Lady in The Red Cloak
PLEASE BOOK EARLY - WE MUST MEET A MINIMUM BY MID-MAY!
A portion of the proceeds from the tour will go to benefit the restoration campaign at the historic Burnt Island lighthouse.
Join an adventure by land and sea exploring the legends and lore of lighthouses in the Boothbay Harbor area. Board the passenger vessel Novelty at Pier 8 in Boothbay Harbor for a comfortable one-hour cruise through inshore waters by Ram Island Light and Cuckolds Lighthouse; Monhegan Light and Seguin Island Light may be seen in the distance. (some locations are weather permitting).
Learn the stories behind these iconic beacons; about the lives of some of the keepers and their families - daily routines, schooling, traditions and hardships, as well as legends of the lights.
Your voyage then takes a dramatic turn as you make landfall on historic Burnt Island to explore Burnt Island Light, built in 1821 and still a working lighthouse. The group will have exclusive access to the island as your qualified Red Cloak Tour Guide leads you back in time, exploring the historically restored facilities on the island, including the keeper's residence and the lighthouse.
Go home with a new and very personal understanding, not only of the lighthouses, but of the people who manned them. Hear for yourself stories of the lives these humble keepers saved while enduring privation and their own physical limits as they offered those who went to the sea in ships a hopeful light toward home.
By Reservation Only - Meet at Pier 8 in Boothbay Harbor.
9:00 am - 12 pm