A small boat in a body of water

Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse with Nature Walk

The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse complex at the end of the Rockland Breakwater in the harbor of Rockland, Maine. The light was established in 1902 to replace a light station at Jameson Point about two years after the breakwater was completed.

Included in your cruise
  • Get an up-close view of a beautifully restored lighthouse and attached keeper's house.
  • Walk the Rockland Breakwater for an interesting and scenic outdoor experience.
  • Watch for shorebirds and harbor seals.
  • Great photo opportunities
  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Easy

  • Duration

    Shuttle operation time of six hours

  • Min. passengers

    N/A

  • Max. passengers

    500

  • Booking Code

    INCL-RKD1

  • Notices

    Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes Dress warmly. There is always a breeze on the breakwater. As you approach the lighthouse (almost a mile ‘out to sea’) the temperature noticeably drops.

Walk out to sea without getting your feet wet! The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse complex at the end of the Rockland Breakwater in the harbor of Rockland, Maine. The light was established in 1902 to replace a light station at Jameson Point about two years after the breakwater was completed. Keep an eye out as you walk out on the Rockland Breakwater, as sightings are common of shorebirds and harbor seals.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

  • Language: English

  • Remarks/requirements: Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes. Dress warmly. There is always a breeze on the breakwater. As you approach the lighthouse (almost a mile ‘out to sea’) the temperature noticeably drops.
  • Walking information: It is almost one mile to the lighthouse and guests can decide themselves if they want to walk the entire way. Hurtigruten.com The walk is level but on an uneven surface. There are some gaps between blocks. Granite blocks can be slippery when wet.
  • Wheelchair accessible: No