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Location & Transportation

Seabrook has the most accessible location to reach all of New England with manufacture and distributed products. It is within easy transportation access of large population centers, within an hour of three major airports.

Distance by car to major cities:

Portsmouth, NH: 15 Miles
Boston, MA: 36 Miles
Manchester, NH: 40 Miles
New York, NY: 244 Miles
Montreal, Canada: 308 Miles

Highway System:

Seabrook is served by State Route 107, running from Seabrook to Manchester, New Hampshire, and State Route 286, leading to the beaches. It is on Interstate 95 and Route 1, carrying traffic to Boston, MA, Portsmouth, NH, and Portland ME.

Air Transportation:

Logan International Airport, East Boston, Massachusetts, about 35 miles from Seabrook, is New England’s largest transportation center and serves more than 26 million passengers and handles over 800 million pounds of cargo and mail. Logan is served by all major domestic and international carriers.

Manchester Airport, Manchester, New Hampshire, about an hour from Seabrook, is a regional airport, now served by major carriers. It has added an international passenger facility and offers full-time U.S. Customs Service. With the addition of seven new airlines since 1998, passenger activity at Manchester Airport has risen to almost three million passengers annually.

Pease Airport/Pease International Tradeport, Newington, New Hampshire, 15 miles from Seabrook, is less then one hour to Boston and within one to two hours of major ski areas in New Hampshire and Maine. An international passenger terminal has Federal Customs Inspections Services. Complete general aviation services are available as well as car rentals and hotel accommodations on site.

Shipping Transportation:

Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA), Newburyport, Massachusetts, about six miles from Seabrook, provides commuter rail service to North Station, Boston, Massachusetts. Extension of rail service is being considered on a route through Seabrook from Boston to Portsmouth.

Railroad Transportation:

Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA), Newburyport, Massachusetts, about six miles from Seabrook, provides commuter rail service to North Station, Boston, Massachusetts. Extension of rail service is being considered on a route through Seabrook from Boston to Portsmouth.

Hampton Area Trolley:

The Hampton Area Trolley is operational from Memorial Day until the Hampton Beach Seafood Festival in September. Five trolleys cover the seacoast area with four trips a day from Seabrook to Kittery, Maine.