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In order to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals, reefs, safe entries to harbors the Chilean authorities maintain 650 lighthouses from the boundary to Peru until the Atlantic Ocean. Information on these lighthouses is presented in the following separate lists that follow the shoreline from North to South as provided by the United States' National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). The NGA lists also 26 Argentine lighthouses in the Beagle Channel zone as part of the Chilean list of lights. This NGA list does, however, not include the lighthouses in the lakes of Chile nor any Chilean lighthouses in Antarctica (see List of Antarctic and subantarctic islands).
From Arica to Caldera (including Easter Island) 87 Lighthouses
From Huasco to San Antonio 97 Lighthouses
From Punta Tocopalma to Bahía Corral (including Juan Fernández Islands) 87 Lighthouses
From Chacao Channel to Dalcahue Channel 87 Lighthouses
From Gulf of Corcovado to Darwin Channel 76 Lighthouses
From Messier Channel to Smyth Channel 90 Lighthouses
From Strait of Magellan to Paso Picton 105 Lighthouses