This category lists maritime museums in the civilian sector (small boats, sailing boats, sailing ships, commercial ships/shipping, light-ships, tugs) located in Europe.
Features exhibits, a library, and ancient marble gravestones. Located on the island of Mykonos.
Displays a collection of artifacts connected with fisheries, crafts, and the social and cultural life of a small Icelandic fishing village. Provides hours and location. Located in Iceland.
Present the history, exhibit details, and library. Located in Piraeus, Greece.
Private museum which exhibits vessels from Thor Heyerdahl's expeditions. Located in Oslo, Norway.
Allows access to the Digital Maritime Database, in which the catalogues of the two largest maritime museums of the Netherlands are combined.
Located in Crete of Greece to shelter, protect and exhibit Greek naval traditions. Includes pictures, hours and location.
Floating exhibit featuring Ric's Art Boat on the waterfront of Brussels harbor, moored at the Quai des Péniches. [French and English].
The port of Claudius. Displays found shipwrecks and artifacts from the silted-up Claudian harbor's basin.
French national museum presents models of old wailing warships, some sunken and investigated. Includes virtual tours and image galleries.
Museum hours and overview, lecture schedule, and newsletter. Located in County Dublin.
Situated at Bygdøynes on Oslo's waterfront, with rich collections related to all aspects of seafaring.
Documenting and popularizing Poland's maritime traditions as well as the evolution of her present-day maritime policies, economics, technology and culture.
Moored alongside is the museum ship Buffel. Includes exhibitions, visitor information and services, library, and restaurant.
Exhibits the general history of shipping and fishing. Located in Tallinn.
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