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Windjammers sail past the Rockland Breakwater Light

Windjammers sail past the Rockland Breakwater Light

Historic Coast Guard photo of Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse.

Historic Coast Guard photo of Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse.

Photo courtesy of USCG Historian's Office

Rockland Breakwater Light

Rockland Breakwater Light

Windjammers close on the Rockland Breakwater Ligh

Windjammers close on the Rockland Breakwater Ligh

A windjammer sails past the Rockland Breakwater Light

A windjammer sails past the Rockland Breakwater Light

Rockland Breakwater Light

Rockland Breakwater Light

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Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse

The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse sits at the end of a granite breakwater that stretches 4,346 feet into Rockland Harbor. During the seawall's 18-year construction, a series of temporary lights and lanterns were placed to warn mariners. Construction of the breakwater was completed in 1900. The permanent lighthouse was finished in 1902. For more information and directions, contact the Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights.

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