It is put into service in 1983.

It is located in the point φ = 45º08'53"N, λ = 29º45'33"E, on the south breakwater extremity of Sulina channel. The lighthouse is taken over by the Maritime Hydrographic Directorate in 1996. It has a group of three white flashing lights, period 16.2, range of visibility 240 º (165 º -045 º), visibility 19 nm, height of light 48 m, height of building 48 m, height of tower 47.20 m. The lighthouse tower is a white concrete cylinder with a white cupola on the top.

The lighthouse is equipped with an active radar reflector.