|Harbour Lights BBS (1984-1996)|
|Location: Kennebunkport, ME, US|
|Sysop: Rick Lembree|
Harbour Lights BBS (originally called "The Telecommunicator's SUPER BOARD") claims to have been the oldest BBS in the state of Maine. It originally ran an a Commodore 64, then in 1989 Rick Lembree bought an Amiga 2000 and moved the BBS to DLG. In 1995, he started Team Amiga, a group of Amiga-supporting BBSers who included the words "Team Amiga" in their signatures. When Lembree died in 1996, his friend John Maguire started The Mousam River BBS as a successor to Harbour Lights. The database of Team Amiga members was transferred to Gary Peake.