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Inn At Cuckolds Lighthouse
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Where else can you get 360 degree sights and sounds of the wild -- or mild -- Atlantic Ocean? The Inn At Cuckolds Lighthouse takes your breath away! Aerial photo by Dave Cleaveland.
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Back in 2007, for our first Cuckolds Lighthouse Rescue event, Maine's Senator Susan Collins saw us off at the Carousel Marina Dock! Co-founders of the Rescue, Philip Yasinski and Janet Reingold showed the Senator what the Cuckolds looked like in the late 1800s.
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Back in 2007, before the 10-year rescue endeavor, when we took our first visitors out to 'the rock' -- The Cuckolds Lighthouse -- they arrived by antique ferry or lobster boat, and were rowed ashore in small skiffs. David Quist caught this great photo.
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We’re delighted to inform you that The Inn at Cuckolds Lighthouse has been selected as one of the best Unique Hotels in Maine by Best of AmericanTowns, a property of AmericanTowns Media! Here is the link to the page: http://bit.ly/2phVW0l Best of AmericanTowns offers unique places in America to eat, live, and visit. @bestofamericantowns! #travelfreely
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Our guests at Inn At Cuckolds Lighthouse take home some great memories. Come make some of your own.
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What a sight! Boothbay Harbor's Windjammer Days, celebrating Maine's Maritime Heritage! Come see for yourself, June 25 through July 1, 2017
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Sometimes, coming out to the Cuckolds feels like you are floating on clouds.
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Sometimes, the Cuckolds Lighthouse is surrounded by whitewater, making the approach and landing a bit of an adventure! Here's a shot of the crashing seas!
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A good photo of the Inn At Cuckolds Lighthouse, and the pier, with the runway up, so the waves don't damage or destroy the ramp. When our captain approaches the Cuckolds he operates the remote control, and the ramp lowers to the steel barge, where guests step ashore.
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A bit of history: From 1892 until 2013, the only access to the Cuckolds Lighthouse was by using the shipway, shown at left. This required gunning your engine, dodging the rocks, and steering your small vessel up these ways, and winching off before the waves turned you over. We had some brave keepers. Now we have this newfangled -- high-tech hydraulic pier, and steel barge, for a much safer and more comfortable landing!
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