This category lists sites for ships administered as maritime museums or in a museum-like fashion.
The reconstruction of a three masted barque Dunbrody originally built Quebec 1845 for the Graves family in New Ross.
Viking ship replica. Museum is located at Moorhead, MN.
Includes pictures of the ship and the role it played in settling the Wilmington, Delaware area.
Replica of an 18th century 90 ton brig. Provides volunteerism, the current and past crews, the ship's schedule, vessel specifications, a web log, an image gallery, and FAQs. Located in Aberdeen, Washington.
One of only 17 remaining U.S. lightships, restored and placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Includes a visitor's guide, membership details and direction to Lewes, Delaware, United States.
Features history of the 1895 schooner and its restoration. Located in San Francisco, CA.
1886 vessel featuring history and facility information.
Cargo steamship built on River Clyde, 1955. Includes information on sailing programs and technical details.
Famous tea clipper now moored at Greenwich, England. Features information on opening times, restoration, and history.
Grand Banks fishing schooner recognized as a National Historic Landmark by the Department of the Interior. Information on its history, events calendar, programs and membership.
1921 steam-powered passenger vessel and one of only two operating steam-powered, wooden hull passenger ships surviving in the United States today. Located in Seattle, WA.
Retired Great Lakes bulk freighter. Provides photo gallery, schedule of events, and hours of operation.
Main exhibit is the restored Clydebuilt barque Glenlee (1896).
The last regularly scheduled transatlantic liner which sailed until 1988. Provides her history, photos and sister ships.
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