Today, the Rockland Breakwater and its historic lighthouse that stands sentinel at the south end of the granite structure are well-known and beloved icons of Midcoast Maine. Not only does […]
The Maine Lighthouse Trust has received approval from the Maine Secretary of State to launch a campaign for Maine’s first lighthouse specialty license plate. The Maine Lighthouse Trust is required […]
ALF is sponsoring a special Penobscot Bay lighthouse cruise… this unique cruise departs from Rockland’s Public Landing and is a wonderful opportunity to see nine lighthouses, some of which you can only see from the water. The list includes: Rockland Breakwater, Owls Head, Browns Head, Goose Rocks, Eagle Island, Mark Island, Isle au Haut, Saddleback and Heron Neck.
Newspaper Article from the Past Countless thousands of people walk along the Rockland Breakwater each year, but over a century ago, a group of tourists decided to forgo using their […]
Craig Mathieson of ALF’s Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights was honored with an ALF Len Hadley Volunteer Award during the American Lighthouse Foundation’s annual Lighthouse Gala, which was held at […]
Augusta, ME (August 2017) – Maine’s iconic coastal sentinels take center stage during Maine’s 9th Annual Open Lighthouse Day to be held this year on Saturday, September 9th. Twenty-five lighthouses […]