SH 164 Autumn 2018

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Advertising Kit

2018 Sea History Advertising Rate Card and Information >>


About Our Readers

Members of the National Maritime Historical Society, Sea History’s readers, are active, well-educated, avid readers and collectors. The results of our most recent membership survey confirm that our members are an ideal advertising audience for an extensive array of products, publications, establishments, programs and services.

• 91% take yearly vacations
• 73% have a household income over $75,000
• 58% purchase 6 or more books a year
• 58% collect maritime items and collectibles
• 42% are boat owners
• 78% frequent maritime museums
• 46% make 3 or more museum visits per year
• 81% are interested in marine art

Each issue of Sea History is distributed to NMHS members and other individuals with a strong interest in our maritime heritage, including members of maritime museums and historical societies and the captains and crews of sail training vessels. In all, Sea History reaches over 45,000 readers.

Join our illustrious roster of advertisers, including:

American Cruise Lines  –  See Full Page Ad in Sea History
Andrew Rowen – See full Page Ad in Sea History
Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines  – See Full Page Ad in Sea History
MD Hearing Aid  – See Full Page Ad in Sea History
Pearl Seas Cruises  – See Full Page Ad in Sea History
Ships of Glass  – See Full Page Ad in Sea History
SUNY Maritime College  – See Full Page Ad in Sea History

and so many more!

American Marine Model Gallery
American Society of Marine Artists
Annapolis Maritime Antiques
Anne Converse Photography
Attic Books
Bircher Incorporated
Boulder Publications
Brewer Banner Designs
Channel Island Maritime Museum
Classic Harbor Line
Egan Maritime Museum
Essex River Cruises
Glencannon Press
H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Lightship Overfalls
JP Uranker Woodcarver
Mariners Museum
Maine Windjammer Cruises
Monhegan Thomaston Boat Line