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Join Us 8–10 May 2015 for the NMHS Annual Meeting in Annapolis, MD

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Washington Awards Dinner 23 April 2015

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Sea History Magazine – Issue 150/Spring 2015

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Headlines

  • San Salvador Launch Date Set for 19 April

    The Maritime Museum of San Diego has announced an April 19 launch date for San Salvador. The ship is a historically accurate replica of the ship which explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sailed into what is now San Diego Bay on […]

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  • Worldwide Ferry Safety Association Conference

    2015 Ferry Safety and Technology Conference 16–17 April Alexander Hamilton US Custom House, New York, New York The Worldwide Ferry Safety Association is presenting its first conference for the promotion of global ferry safety. The theme: Ferry Safety and Technology: […]

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  • USS Constellation is Back in the Inner Harbor

    USS Constellation spent the winter in Baltimore’s Coast Guard Yard, so that a dedicated crew could replace rotted planking. The Living Classrooms Foundation, Constellation‘s steward, is also the parent organization for Project SERVE (Service- Empowerment- Revitalization- Volunteerism- Employment Training), a  […]

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  • Jim Moores to Publish Moores’ Log on NMHS Website

    Jim Moores founded Moores Marine in South Florida in 1986 after building commercial fishing boats and dories in Lubec, Maine. One particularly cold winter, he came to Palm Beach County with a box full of tools and learned he could […]

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  • Washington Awards Dinner Art Gallery 23 April

    A Chance to Invest in Great Marine Art – AND Support the National Maritime Historical Society and the Naval Historical Foundation This year, six nationally renowned marine artists will exhibit their original works at the Maritime Art Gallery at the […]

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  • Summer Internship: HAER

    The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) and the Council of American Maritime Museums (CAMM) have announced the HAER Maritime Documentation Internship, permitting a student or recent graduate of architecture or history and interested in maritime preservation to work as a […]

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