Tour The Historic Lighthouse Cruises of Delaware Bay

A day trip full of history and beautiful scenery

About Lighthouse Cruises

To aid ships sailing the treacherous mid-channel of Delaware Bay, a series of lighthouses were constructed in the 19th Century and the early 20th Century. Most of these lighthouses are still operating. All are automated. They stand on pedestals surrounded by water out of sight of land. Countless lives have been saved by these guardians of the Delaware Bay.

A special note, Cape May Lighthouse is operated as a museum, which you can climb, by the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities.

Brandywine Shoal Lighthouse is now owned by the Brandywine Shoal Lighthouse Friends with Director Jeff Stewart at the helm and will be eventually opened to the public for access to this historic light.


  • Trips will be conducted aboard the all new CAPE MAY WHALE WATCHER or the 125 foot Atlantis
  • ADA Boarding System
  • ADA Restrooms
  • New seating
  • Air conditioned and heated cabin
  • New snack bar
  • New sound system
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast consisting of Danish, Donuts, Bagels, Toast, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, and Juice
  • Lunch. Lunch consists of Fruit Assortment, Veggie Assortment with dip, Cheese and Crackers, Shrimp Cocktail, Jersey Fried Chicken, Sub Wedges, Finger Sandwiches, Potatoe Salad, Maccaroni Salad and Lighthouse Cake for dessert.
  • 10:00 AM Departure
  • 6 Hours
  • Includes all 7 Delaware Bay lighthouses: Cape May, Brandywine Shoal, Fourteen Foot, Miah Maul, Crossedge, Elbow of Crossledge and Ship John Shoal.

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