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Seguin Island Light
Near Popham Beach, Maine
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Seguin Island Light
Jeremy D'Entremont
Location: About 1.5 miles south of the mouth of the Kennebec River
Nearest town: Georgetown
43 42 30 N
69 45 30 W
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Accessibility: The island is open to private boaters. The lighthouse is open for occasional tours.
Check 
Friends of Seguin Island  for more information on visiting the island.

There are overnight accommodations available for members of Friends of Seguin Island. Email
keeper@seguinisland.org or call (207) 443-4808 for more information.
Station established: 1796; Present lighthouse built: 1857; Automated: 1985
Construction material: Granite
Height of tower: 53 feet; Height of focal plane: 186 feet
Optic: First-order Fresnel (1857)
lantern and lens
Characteristic: Fixed white; Fog signal: Two blasts every 20 seconds
Other buildings still standing: 1857 keeper's house, 1889 fog signal building, 1892 oil house, cistern building, boathouse
Active U.S. Coast Guard aid to navigation
Property maintained by:
Friends of Seguin Island, Inc.
P.O. Box 866
Bath, Maine 04530
Related sites
Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber of Commerce
Bath, Maine: The City of Ships
Maine Maritime Museum
Maine.info: Resources for Maine Travel & Living
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