Biloxi’s Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum located at Point Cadet at the foot of the Biloxi/Ocena Springs bridge. Preserving the maritime history and heritage of Biloxi, celebrating its 300th birthday, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The cvrda works to get classic and vintage racing dinghies racing together as often as possible
Photographs of ships, people, and places to sail by Ina Koys, with links to the Eye of the Wind, a tall ship.
Davey Chandlery is part of Davey and Co, London, Ltd., established in London’s West India Docks in 1885 for the sale of quality ships’ equipment. Much of this original range survives today and is supplied to builders and restorers of classic yachts worldwide.
The 1606-2006 Duyfken Voyage marks the 400 th anniversary of the first documented European contact with Australia. The story of this defining period in our history will be told as Duyfken visits 25 ports around Australia, reminding us of the importance of our coastal and maritime heritage and giving those who visit the ship a deep appreciation of history in the raw and the courage and skills of 17 th century seafaring explorers.
Endeavour is a replica of Captain James Cook’s famous ship of discovery. Described by the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London as the world’s best replica of an 18th century ship, she is currently circumnavigating the globe.
The Freundeskreis – an initiative of over 900 fans, freaks and enthusiasts – seeks to capture the growing interest in old yachts and to encourage and bring together all those friendly people who are interested in the preservation of classic yachts for whatever reason, be it their own lifestyle, passion for old boats or just their view of the world. We already hold here many megabytes of data, photos and reference material on the theme of classic yachting in Germany. Please find your field of interest in our webpages.
Mission of the Friends of the Museum. North Carolina Maritime Museum, Inc. The purposes of the Friends are to assist, promote and enhance the programs and functions of the North Carolina Maritime Museum through contributions of labor, technical skills, services, equipment or money.
Welcome to Gipsymoth.org, the official site of the Gipsy Moth IV regeneration partnership, including Yachting Monthly, UKSA and the Maritime Trust.
Formed to purchase, renovate and operate the Klang II as a community recreation sailboat. Moored at Petersen’s yard in Nyack NY and at Pier 25, Hudson River Park.
A non-profit San Francisco, California Corporation with the purpose of fostering participation in yachting and the preservation of well designed, properly constructed and well maintained classic and traditional wooden sailing craft.
A private not-for-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to preserving the culture of yachting by fostering education and enjoyment of its history through the presentation of vessels, artifacts, literature, events and regattas. The Museum explores the many ways in which yachting demonstrates human achievement in the arts, technology and design. Our educational programs offer opportunities for sailors, non-sailors, adults and children alike.
The Pioneer Sailing Trust was set up in 1999 to restore back to sailing condition the last remaining 1st Class Essex Skillinger Smack Pioneer. As you can see from the pictures she was another example of Britain’s Maritime Heritage left to perish. By viewing this site it is possible to follow her progress from the mud of West Mersea in Essex towards launching.
Designed and built over a thirty year period as a modified replica of a 1767 Boston Schooner. Larinda is a unique vessel with modern safety features. yet she retains traditional wood appointments and museum quality. Much of her construction was done with recycled 100 year old hard pine. A restored 7-ton 1928 Wolverine 100HP diesel provides auxiliary power. Her 300 lb. bronze cannons add period excitement. Featured in publications worldwide, Larinda has also starred in several documentaries shown on national and local television. Awards have been won at boat shows including the 1997 Wooden Boat Show, the 1998 and the 1999 Boston Antique and Classic Boat Show.