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Seguin Island and Lighthouse

72 Front St #3, Bath, Bath, ME 04530-0866
+1 207-443-4808
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Maine's highest lighthouse is only a boat ride away

Maintained by the Friends of Seguin Lighthouse this is worth the boat ride. Only open late May to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
MasterMaineGuide
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Brunswick, Maine
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Summer in Maine

This is a lovely remote Lighthouse for lovers of Lt. Houses like me! One needs to take a two and... read more

Reviewed April 4, 2018
Nancy P
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An island off of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Seguin has the tallest lighthouse in Maine which is also one of the oldest in the United States.
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72 Front St #3, Bath, Bath, ME 04530-0866
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Maintained by the Friends of Seguin Lighthouse this is worth the boat ride. Only open late May to early October visitors are treated to a personal tour and history by the summer caretakers. You can come by your own boat or book a trip with...More

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Reviewed April 4, 2018

This is a lovely remote Lighthouse for lovers of Lt. Houses like me! One needs to take a two and half mile ride by boat out to this location. From Bath with a half hour drive to Popham Beach where upon returning from the Lt....More

Thank Nancy P
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Reviewed September 3, 2017

3 generations enjoyed a morning trip out to Seguin Isl from Popham Fort. Had to dingy from boat to shore as no dock landing. Was good to talk with current caretakers about their stay on the island and island history. Went to top of lighthouse...More

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Reviewed August 13, 2017

We signed up for this trip with the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath. I believe that there is one more trip in September. Our group met at the museum and we were bused to the dock in Phippsburg. Crew members helped us to descend the...More

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Reviewed July 5, 2017

Great place to visit for lighthouse lovers. It is about a 20 minute boat ride from Popham Beach (We used Captain Ethan). You actually sail past another small lighthouse (Pond island) on the way.There is no dock so you have to wade in from a...More

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Reviewed June 15, 2017

From Maine Maritime or from Fort Popham. Take your pick one brings you to the island so you can tour it the other takes you around it. Fun time.

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Reviewed November 22, 2016

It's been a fantasy of mine to actually experience the climb and walk on to the catwalk at the top of a lighthouse. On a cruise with the Bath Maritime Museum that goal mine was enjoyed here. Absolutely amazing! Will be going back.

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Reviewed October 24, 2016 via mobile

Took the boat to Seguin on a beautiful day. Tied up on one of the moorings and explored the island. Beautiful vistas and easy walking terrain. Pack a lunch and go.

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Reviewed August 23, 2016

You may not have heard of Maine's tallest Light, but it's on this fabulous island, only accessible by boat. Call Ethan and take his Seguin Island ferry, to the island. But be prepared: *Take a back pack with a small towel or two in it....More

16  Thank EmEs
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Reviewed May 5, 2016

Seguin Island Light, is really in Georgetown. Only accessible by boat. Open in the summer months. Interesting to learn about the past of the light and the lightkeepers. The old tram is an interesting piece of history as well. The climb to the light is...More

5  Thank R. Scott A
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Elaine C
September 20, 2016|
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Response from Rjw1 | Reviewed this property |
I don't have an answer to that question Elaine. I would suppose that would depend upon how long the lightkeepers/caretakers stay there - which may only be for the summer. Just contact one of the local boat/ferry services... More
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spudsters
May 6, 2015|
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How late in season do you take people to Island?
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