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Falls of Clyde at the dock in Honolulu in 2023.
Falls of Clyde, James Delgado

In the Pages of Sea History 187

The Fall of the Falls of Clyde by James Delgado Read this featured article    Historic Ships on a Lee Shore Could This Be It for SS United States? by…

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Specialist Mary Palmquist, a WAVE working at the Hydrographic office during World War II.

Seminar Series: Lethal Tides with Catherine Musemeche – 6 June, 7:00 PM EST

Register to AttendBuy the Book Guest Donation Thursday, 6 June 2024 7:00 PM EST Seminars are free to attend, although we hope you will support the Series with a suggested $10…

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Painting of two sailboats on the Hudson River

NMHS 61st Annual Meeting – Hudson Valley, NY, 19-21 July 2024

National Maritime Historical Society 61st Annual Meeting Peekskill, NY, 19-21 July 2024   Registration & Sponsorship >> Annual Meeting Feature in Sea History >> Welcome The Trustees of the National…

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UPCOMING EVENTS

The Mariners’ Sips & Trips

June 22 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Connecticut River Environmental Symposium

June 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

President

June 30 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
 

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"Sheeting In" by Charles Raskob Robinson. Hands sheeting in the headsails aboard Falls of Clyde.

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Falls of Clyde at the dock in Honolulu in 2023.
Falls of Clyde, James Delgado

In the Pages of Sea History 187

The Fall of the Falls of Clyde by James Delgado Read this featured article    Historic Ships on a Lee Shore Could This Be It for SS United States? by…

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Coast Guard Cutter Goes To Dry Dock Cleveland Ohio
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A Ship Out of Water

A 770-ton capacity Travelift carries the 140-foot USCG Cutter Neah Bay across the grounds of the Great Lakes Shipyard in Cleveland, Ohio, for routine maintenance. Ships, like any vessel or vehicle, need regular maintenance to keep them sailing safely and efficiently. Need your car fixed? You take it to the shop and the mechanic can…

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