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Burnt Island Lighthouse~Burnt Island is a beautiful five-acre island owned by the Maine Department of Marine Resources. It is near the mainland and approximately one mile from the port of Boothbay Harbor. The historic buildings at this active lighthouse station have been carefully restored and transformed into an exceptionally fine educational facility.


Burnt Island Light-Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Saw this one on a lobster tour twice, both times in the fog.


Burnt Island ME The acreage where the lighthouse was to be constructed was already cleared as sheep farmers regularly set the island afire to improve grazing, a practice that gave Burnt Island its name. Four months after the island was acquired, the Burnt Island Lighthouse, Maine’s ninth, was complete. The nearby sister lights of Ram Island and the Cuckolds were not built until 1883 and 1907


Isle of Bute and Burnt Islands seen from the Tighnabruaich Viewpoint

The natural earthy tones of Tigereye (SW 6362) and Alexandrite (SW 0060) create an inviting kitchen.