Museum/Program/Site Activities: Sailing

Williams-Mystic Maritime Studies Program

A joint venture of Williams College and Mystic Seaport, the Williams-Mystic Maritime Studies Program educates undergraduates in a semester-long, interdisciplinary exploration of America’s oceans and coasts. Every semester, 17–24 students of all majors from colleges and universities across the US attend Williams-Mystic. Closely guided by faculty, students study maritime history, literature of the sea, marine…

Tall Ships America

Tall Ships America is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization focused on youth education, leadership development and the preservation of the maritime heritage of North America. In addition to organizing the TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® Series, Tall Ships America manages scholarship programs to make sail training experiences more affordable for young people, grant programs to assist crew…

Queen Mary

This ornate floating hotel aboard an iconic 1936 ocean liner is moored at Long Beach, 25 miles from downtown Los Angeles.

South Carolina Maritime Museum

Small museum with various artifacts, photos and documents related to the region’s maritime heritage.

North Carolina Maritime Museum

Resources. The North Carolina Maritime Museum is a system of regional museums within the North Carolina Museum of History, which is turn part of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural.

New Hampshire Boat Museum

The New Hampshire Boat Museum’s exhibitions, collections, programs, and events inspire an understanding and an appreciation of the unique role New Hampshire’s lakes play in people’s lives down through the ages.  

Center for Wooden Boats

The Center for Wooden Boats is a museum dedicated to preserving and documenting the maritime history of the Pacific Northwest area of the United States

Bayfront Maritime Center

BMC’s mission is to design and implement engaging, hands-on, maritime-themed educational, vocational, and recreational opportunities for the community in a universally accessible waterfront facility.  

Antique Boat Museum

The Antique Boat Museum is a museum on the St. Lawrence River, in Clayton, New York, United States, which displays the largest collection of antique and classic boats in North America.  

Hudson River Maritime Museum

Located on the historic Rondout waterfront, the Hudson River Maritime Museum was established in 1980 to collect, preserve, research, exhibit, and interpret a collection of historical artifacts related to the maritime heritage of the Hudson River and its tributaries. This is the only museum in New York State exclusively dedicated to this mission. Offices, archives,…

WaterFront Center

The WaterFront Center was founded 17 years ago with the mission of connecting people to the water through education and recreation. People from all walks of life are able to access the waters of Oyster Bay and beyond with low-cost, inclusive hands-on programs, events, activities, and boat rentals.   PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The WaterFront Center, a…

Tribeca Sailing

Tribeca Sailing offers an elegant sailing tour of NYC Harbor aboard a classic sailboat. Two-hour sails for up to six passengers, seven days a week, five times a day.   PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Departing from North Cove Marina in Battery Park City, the touring party will sail past all the wonderful sights of NY Harbor: Freedom…