History informs our present, and the arts give emotion and meaning to our lives. When these things are lost cultures can become “rudderless” and begin to drift. Without shared stories, cultural and communal connections eventually erode. Our goal at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum, is to preserve and share the wonders of our maritime heritage, highlight our complex interrelationships with the ecology of our coastal waters, and showcase people’s creative expressions of everything related to the sea.
How a long-lost perfume got a second life after 150 years underwater... A team of divers and archaeologists discovered the 19th-century fragrance in a shipwreck off the coast of Bermuda. https://cutt.ly/aofrHSe
A 16th-century shipwreck has been found in Northern Italy. But is it a long lost galleon people have been searching for since the 1970s? Gabriele Succi and Edoardo Sbaraini of Rasta Divers were swimming off the village coast of Portofino when they encountered the...
Did you know that our Northern Channel Islands are Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and are classified as a Blue Park?
Did you know that our Northern Channel Islands are Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and are classified as a Blue Park? These islands located off our coast protect a variety of marine ecosystems such as rocky intertidal communities, seagrass beds, giant kelp forests, and...
Help preserve the rich and valuable history that is part of our community. There are many ways someone like you can help. If you are interested and would like more information, come by the museum to speak with our friendly staff members, give us a call, or click here.