Gordon Bok Featured
Gordon Bok grew up around the boatyards of Camden, Maine, and worked on many different boats from fishing boats to passenger schooners to yachts, on his own coast and others. At a time when folk music was experiencing a great revival, he was a leader in preserving, collecting, creating and sharing a wide variety of rich and intensely beautiful songs of both land and sea.
Launched in 1943, the World War II-era battleship New Jersey is a now a floating museum.
The Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial features the World War II-era battleship New Jersey.
Launched in 1980, the schooner Angelique is an authentic reproduction of classic 19th-century English Channel and North Sea windjammers.
Launched in 1978, the schooner Appledore II is an excursion and sail training vessel. Appledore II operates out of Camden, Maine from late June to Mid-October and out of Key West, Florida from Late November through May. Phones: June - October: 207-236-8353; November - May: 305-304-9222.
Launched in 1871, the schooner Lewis R. French is now an excursion vessel.
Commissioned in 1904, the Lightship Barnegat (LV 79/WAL 506)'s station was off the Barnegat Lighthouse. The ship was decommissioned in 1967, and it has passed through the hands of several owners. It is now awaiting restoration.
Launched in 1916, the schooner Mercantile is now an excursion vessel.
Launched in 1918, the schooner Surprise is now an excursion vessel.
Launched in 1882, the schooner Grace Bailey is now an excursion vessel.
The Curtis Island Lighthouse was established in 1835, and the present structure was constructed in 1896. The station was automated in 1972 and the grounds are now a public park.