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(2014) 42nd Annual Walker Maritime History Symposium: These Contrary Winds: Weather and its Effects on Ships, Mariners, and Maritime History

Maine Maritime Museum

Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 8:00 AM (EDT)

Bath, United States

(2014) 42nd Annual Walker Maritime History Symposium: These...

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  42nd Annual Walker

Maritime History Symposium

 

These Contrary Winds:

Weather and its Effects on Ships, Mariners, and Maritime History

Presentations will focus on the tremendous impact weather and climate have had on maritime events including shipwrecks, natural marine disasters, ship design, war at sea, trade, and other affairs in the past, and on how climate changes might affect them in the future.     The day's events will begin at 8 a.m. with a continental breakfast and conclude in late afternoon with a reception featuring fish house punch.

 

Schedule of Events

 To be posted ASAP - please visit www.MaineMaritimeMuseum.org to obtain.

 

This program is supported by the Albert Reed & Thelma Walker Fund

and United Insurance

 

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Long Reach Hall, Maine Maritime Museum
243 Washington Street
Bath, 04530

Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 8:00 AM (EDT)


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Maine Maritime Museum

Maine Maritime Museum offers a myriad of opportunities to explore Maine’s maritime heritage and culture and to experience the mystique of Maine.

Visitors can find:

  • -fascinating exhibits brimming with art and artifacts
  • -contemporary, interactive areas for children and adults
  • -an historic shipyard with five of the original 19th century buildings
  • -a Victorian-era shipyard owners home
  • -an active waterfront
  • -a life-size sculptural representation of the largest wooden sailing vessel ever built
  • -a scenic campus on the bank of the Kennebec River

 

On the following pages you can learn more about the Museum’s History and Mission, find out who is on our staff and how to contact us.

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