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Merchant Mariners Muster

Search our database of Maine ships' crews from the late 18th to the early 20th centuries.

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Notes from the Orlop

Our Exhibits Curator’s online collection                 exploration.

Upcoming

Last Lighthouse Visit in 2014

Last Lighthouse Visit in 2014

Sept 4 - Final cruise to visit Burnt Island, a classic Maine harbor lighthouse. Climb to the lantern room, talk with the keeper & his family.

Industry Tour: Washburn & Doughty

Industry Tour: Washburn & Doughty

Sept 5 - Tour a working commercial shipyard to see some of today’s modern working vessels in design and under construction.

Designing a Ship in a Virtual Space

Designing a Ship in a Virtual Space

September 11- Join David Heath (Advanced Concepts Bath Iron Works) and Kevin Ridley (Structural Design Bath Iron Works) as they take you on a journey through the process of designing, engineering and fabricating a ship in virtual space.

 

 

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Two New Summer Exhibits

Eye Sweet & Fair: Naval Architecture, Lofting and Modeling traces the evolution of naval architecture from mould loft floors to computer desk.

Home Grown Shapes: Wooden Surfboards of Maine showcases Maine surfers who choose to build their own surfboards from wood.
Watch video interviews of Shapers

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Current Happenings

Shared experiences...

Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 27 & 28 - Shared experiences are lasting experiences! In our Family Boating Building Workshop, families and groups of 3 to 7 will work together to assemble a 12' rowboat, launch it, then take it home. Limited capacity. Register by September 13.

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Maine Maritime Museum

243 Washington Street
Bath, Maine 04530