Museum/Program/Site Type: Vessels - Replica
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…
The mission of the New London Maritime Society (NLMS) is to protect and preserve New London’s U.S. Custom House, three area lighthouses, and Long Island Sound, and to promote, interpret, and celebrate the rich maritime life & history of the port of New London and the surrounding region through museum exhibitions, educational programs, and preservation initiatives. Telling…
The Wabash & Erie Canal Association strives to restore and promote the Wabash & Erie Canal by providing educational experiences that will teach history and inspire others to become involved.
The purpose of “Friends of the Viking Ship, N.F.P.” (FOVS) is: to facilitate the preservation of the 1893 Viking Ship as an important artifact from the Columbian Exposition, and to advocate its public display in a permanent museum setting with adequate security and climate control.
The Ocean Institute is an ocean education organization located in Dana Point, California. Founded as the Orange County Marine Institute in 1977, it offers ocean science and maritime history programs for K–12 students and their teachers.
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.
Nauticus is a maritime-themed science center and museum located on the downtown waterfront in Norfolk, Virginia, also known as the National Maritime Center.
The National Canal Museum is the Signature Program of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor.
Museum with exhibits on Great Lakes & boating history & culture, plus a store & research library.
The Maritime Museum of San Diego, established in 1948, preserves one of the largest collections of historic sea vessels in the United States.
Supports the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Between 1985 and 1990, 165 Maritime Heritage Alliance volunteers gave 40,000 hours to build the schooner Madeline, a 56-ft. twin-masted replica of an 1840’s commercial vessel. When not on tour at Great Lakes ports, Madeline is berthed at Elmwood Township’s old Coal Dock (Discovery Pier) on West Bay Shore Drive, just south of the Elmwood Township Marina.
In the year 1000 A.D., this great Norwegian explorer discovered america. Today, this memorial stands in his honor in the Rose Garden at Leif Ericsson Park, Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Inside you will find replica of the ship he sailed to America in 977 A.D. and the story of its restoration
With facilities open to the public May through mid-October, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is non-profit museum located in Vergennes, Vermont, USA. Its mission is to preserve and share the history and archaeology of Lake Champlain.
Erie Maritime Museum is a maritime museum located on Presque Isle Bay in downtown Erie, Pennsylvania. It was the first new Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission museum in twenty years when it opened its doors on May 21, 1998