The Isles of Shoals are located eight miles off the coast of New Hampshire and Maine.
There are nine islands: Appledore, Cedar, Duck, Malaga, and Smuttynose Islands belong to the state of Maine; Lunging, Star, Seavey's and White Islands belong to New Hampshire.
For administrative purposes, the Maine islands are considered part of Kittery, and the New Hampshire ones part of Rye.

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National Data Buoy Center Station IOSN3
Automated data station generates hourly meteorological and oceanic observations. Lists current and previous 24 hours conditions, measurement descriptions, FAQs, and related links.
Shoals Marine Laboratory
A seasonal field station operated by Cornell University for the study of the marine sciences. Located on Appledore Island. Lists course offerings, adult education programs, forms and applications, staff profiles, employment openings, and alumni information.
Star Island Religious and Educational Conference Center
Hosts conferences and retreats during the summer months. Island history, conference schedule, rates and amenities, information for day trippers, travel details, job opportunities, and virtual tour.
White Island Light
The first lighthouse in the Isles of Shoals, erected on White Island in 1820. History and bibliography information, cruise listings, photos and prints for sale.
Wikipedia: Isles of Shoals
Online encyclopedia with history and island profiles.
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