Featured Lighthouse Cruises & Excursions
Passport stamps are available on most lighthouse cruises. Be sure to check their websites for lighthouses viewed and to determine which stamps are available, as well as where they can be obtained.
Each summer, the New London Maritime Society and Custom House Maritime Museum provide Sentinels on the Sound boat tours of New London Harbor as well as to our three lighthouses. U.S. Lighthouse Society members receive the same discount as NLMS members. Land tours to New London Harbor Light are offered year-round. The NLMS adopted the New London Harbor Light in 2010, the Race Rock Light Station in 2013 and the New London Ledge Light in 2014 in association with the New London Ledge Light Foundation. Stamps for all of these light are available at the Museum located at 150 Bank Street, New London, CT 06320. Phone: 860-447-2501. Website
During this 1.5 hour narrated tour, passengers learn about the rich maritime history of this impressive structure and get to walk around and through it to explore and photograph it up close. Passengers can enjoy about 20 minutes of narration on the way to and from the East End Lighthouse plus time to disembark for a closer look inside. USLHS members receive a $2.00 discount. Tour departs from the Lewes Ferry Terminal at: 43 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes, DE 19958. See website for additional details. Book online here or call 302-644-7334 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website
Camden Harbor Cruises, On the Public Landing in Camden, ME. 207-236-6672. Depending on the tour, one or more of the following lighthouses are viewed: Brown's Head#2,
Curtis Island #2, Grindle Point #2, Indian Island #2, Owls Head #2 and Rockland Breakwater #2. Passport stamps for each of these lighthouses are available on the cruises.
Visit the website for rates and schedules or call to find out which tours pass the lighthouses. U.S. Lighthouse Society Members receive a 15% discount.
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Provides 2-4 hour customized lighthouse tours for up to six passengers in a spacious and comfortable 25’ Robalo 242EX Center Console. The boat has a t-top, a head and a dodger cover for the bow. Trips depart from the north end of Bailey Island using the docks at the Cribstone Grill in Harpswell, Maine. The points of interest around Bailey Island are Halfway Rock Lighthouse and Mark Island Monument. A Portland trip includes those two, plus Portland Head Light, Ram Island Light, Spring Point Lighthouse, Portland Breakwater Light, and Twin Lights. There is also a trip up the Kennebec River to Sequin Lighthouse, Pond Island Light, Perkins Island Light, Squirrel Point Light, the Kennebec Range Lights, and finally, Doubling Point. The trip around Orr’s and Bailey Island is a two hour tour. Portland is a 3 hour tour, and finally, the Kennebec River is 4 hours. All tours are customized so cost is determined by what the client wants to see and the total number of passengers. USLHS Society members receive a 10% discount. For more information see their website or Facebook page. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Isle au Haut Boat Services, 27 Seabreeze Avenue P.O. Box 709, Stonington, Maine 04681. (207) 367-5193. Please check the website or call to see which current tours might pass a specific lighthouse. Lighthouse Passport stamps are available for all the lights visited. Custom lighthouse charters are available throughout the summer, per customers’ requests. U.S. Lighthouse Society members receive a discount. Please call for discount information.
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River Run Tours offers customized lighthouse tours with a 10% discount to Society members and visit some or all of the following lights: Burnt Island, Cuckolds, Doubling Point, Hendricks Head, Kennebec River Range (Doubling Point Range), Perkins Island, Pond Island, Ram Island Lighthouse, Seguin Island and Squirrel Point. Passport stamps are available for all lighthouses viewed with proceeds donated to one of the non-profit, local lighthouse organizations. For information on tours, pricing and reservations see website or call 207-504-2628.
You’ve seen it in pictures, viewed it from shore, maybe boated right by it. Now tour the interior of one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States, Thomas Point Shoal. Come see our lighthouse and the great work that the Chesapeake Chapter volunteers of the U.S. Lighthouse Society are doing to preserve this national treasure. The duration of the tour is 2 hours and includes a 30 minute boat ride to the lighthouse, a docent led tour of the interior, and a 30 minute return boat ride. Tours depart from Annapolis, Maryland. The specific dock is located at waters edge behind the Annapolis Maritime Museum located at 723 2nd St Annapolis, MD 21403. The vessel will be moored at the closest pier to the Horn Point Marina. U.S. Lighthouse Society members receive a 10%/person discount.
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66 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA, 01930. 978-283-1979. The "Lighthouse Cruise" operates daily in the Summer, and weekends in the Spring & Fall. Departs from Harbor Loop in Gloucester. Vessel Capacity: 34 passengers. On this 2.5 hr. adventure you will circumnavigate our beautiful island. Sit back and enjoy a delightful narration as you cruise along the rugged New England rocky shore. Take in the area fully functional lighthouses: Ten Pound Island, Dog Bar Breakwater, Eastern Point, Cape Ann Twin Lights, Straightsmouth, and Annisquam. While underway, you will see the beaches, islands, wildlife, fabulous homes, and our own hidden treasure: The Great Marsh along the Annisquam River. Society members receive a discount of $5 off price. If you purchase your ticket online, simply pay the full price and then present your membership card when you check in for the trip and receive a $5 rebate. Passport stamps for all of the lighthouses are available on board.
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Essex National Heritage Commission is hosting escorted, guided boat tours aboard their landing craft, Naumkeag, to Bakers Island Light Station near Salem, Massachusetts. A 10% discount is provided to Society members. Call Society Headquarters (415-362-7255) to obtain a promo code to receive your discount when purchasing your tickets on line. Trips are offered mid-June through Labor Day. There are also opportunities to stay overnight in one of the keeper's houses, and to camp in the Old Pasture Campground. This is the only way to access the lighthouse. Naumkeag departs from the Salem Ferry dock at 10 Blaney Street, Salem MA 01970. Visit their website for complete schedules and more information or call 978-740-0444. A unique passport book stamp for the lighthouse is available on the cruise.
When you join Save The Bay’s Ultimate Lighthouse Tour, you’ll experience Narragansett Bay’s historic lighthouse sites first hand! Enjoy breathtaking views of the Newport Pell Bridge, Gaspee Point, Prudence Island and historic Fort Adams, and be amazed by how many iconic sites you can see in just one tour. On our 7-hour tour, you’ll view about 20 active and inactive lighthouse sites in Narragansett Bay, including: Beavertail, Bristol Ferry, Castle Hill, Conanicut, Conimicut, Dutch Island, Gull Rocks, Hog Island Shoal, Lime Rock, Nayatt Point, Newport Harbor, Plum Beach, Pomham Rocks, Poplar Point, Prudence Island, Rose Island, Sabin Point, Warwick, and Wickford Harbor. Starting in Providence, we will motor down the West Passage to Newport and return home via the East Passage. A stop at both Rose Island and Pomham rocks will provide an opportunity to explore both lighthouses and grounds. A stop at Rose Island will provide an opportunity to explore the lighthouse and grounds. Lunch will be provided at Rose Island. Enter Discount Code Lighthouse22 when purchasing tickets. Unique Lighthouse Passport Stamps are available at 16 lights viewed during these cruises. See Save The Bay's website for more details about tour dates and times, and lighthouses to be viewed. Website Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Schooner Zodiac's 4-day San Juan Islands, Washington lighthouse cruise. May 12-15, 2022 and October 6-9, 2022. Lighthouses normally viewed are: Burrows Island, Patos Island, East Point, Turn Point, Cattle Point, Lime Kiln, New Dungeness (Weather Dependent). Guided tours are provided on Patos and Burrows. Vessel can accommodate 24 passengers for overnight cruises and passengers are also given the opportunity to help sail the 160 foot classic windjammer between lighthouses. Price: $745 per person for spacious standard berths or $795 per person for double occupancy private staterooms. U.S. Lighthouse Society members are offered a 10% discount. All meals are included in the price and served fresh from the ship's galley. Customized Lighthouse Tours are also available by private charter. Contact: The Schooner Zodiac, 355 Harris Avenue suite 104, Bellingham, WA 98225, (206) 719-7622. Cruise Departs from the Bellingham Cruise Terminal. Website Tour Information Email: email@example.com
Offers two different lighthouse cruises from two different locations. The vessel “The Shoreline” departs from Gills Rock, WI and offers daily Deaths Door Lighthouses, Islands & Shipwreck Cruises to see the lighthouses on Plum Island, Pilot Island, Plum Island Range Lights, a shipwreck from 1867, Historic Coast Guard Station on Plum and the Detroit Harbor Entrance Light. The vessel “Water Taxi” departs from Baileys Harbor, WI and offers daily Lakeshore Lighthouse Cruises to see the lighthouses on Cana Island, Historic “Bird Cage” Lighthouse, Baileys Harbor Range Lights and shipwrecks. U.S. Lighthouse Society members receive a 10% discount off regular rates on daily cruises, not private charters. Gills Rock cruises- (920) 421-0922. Baileys Harbor cruises - (920) 854-4707
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