Holdstock & MacLeod Featured
Still enthusiastically performing together after twenty-five years, Dick Holdstock and Allan MacLeod continue to perform authentic renditions of the songs of their homelands, the British Isles.
Launched in 2001, the square-topsail schooner Lynx is a sailing training and education vessel. Check the Lynx website for the latest information on its location.
Launched in 1943, the World War II-era battleship USS Iowa is now a museum ship in San Pedro, Calif.
The Maritime Museum of San Diego enjoys a worldwide reputation for excellence in restoring, maintaining and operating historic vessels. The museum has one of the world's finest collections of historic ships, including the world's oldest active ship, Star of India.
Once berthed in Seattle, the steam schooner Wapama is the last surviving example of wooden steam schooners that served the cargo and passenger trade along the U.S. west coast. Now in Richmond, Calif., the National Park Service has said it will demolish the vessel, citing its poor condition.
The topsail schooner Bill of Rights is a sail-training and environmental education vessel.
The schooner America is a replica of the famed 1851 yacht that was the first to win the trophy now called the America's Cup. The modern schooner conducts excursions out of San Diego under the ownership of racer Dennis Conner.
Launched in 1863, the barque Star of India is a museum ship and the world's oldest active ship. She is owned and operated by the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Launched in 1936, the luxury passenger liner Queen Mary is now a floating exhibit in Long Beach, Calif.
Launched in 1971, the Soviet Foxtrot-class submarine is a floating museum berthed next to the Queen Mary in Long Beach.
Launched in 1984, the Californian is a replica of the cutter C.W. Lawrence, that patrolled the coast of California enforcing federal law during the California Gold Rush. She is an operating vessel that takes passengers on sailing excursions for the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Since its founding in 1992, the mission of The Los Angeles Maritime Institute's TopSail Youth Program has been to use sail training to provide youth with real-life challenges that develop knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to live healthy, productive lives.
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Brought into the Vietnam conflict by the U.S. Navy in the 1960s to patrol South Vietnam's riverine systems, the 50-foot Patrol Craft, Fast or 'Swift Boat' served alongside other river craft, such as the Patrol Boat, River, or 'PBR'. A PCF is now undergoing restoration by the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Launched in 1983, the schooner Spirit of Dana Point is a sail training and excursion vessel.
Freda B is a classic schooner available for private and public sails on the San Francisco Bay.
Launched in 1970 as HMS Rose, HMS Surprise is a full rigged ship that appeared in the 2004 movie Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. The vessel is now an excursion and museum ship for the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Launched in 1941, the schooner American Pride is an excursion and sail training vessel.
The Channel Islands (Ventura County) Maritime Museum is a cultural and scenic haven in the Channel Islands Harbor complete with world class maritime art, ship models, and ocean breezes.
The Spaulding Wooden Boat Center is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located on the Sausalito waterfront. The Center maintains a number of programs for wooden boat professionals, youths and the public.
Neil Seidel, lead guitarist for Gary Lewis & The Playboys, has performed with L.A.’s top studio musicians for many years, and his recent projects have included 'My Nova Scotia Home', as well as 'Dreams of Mexico' and 'Princess Pukalani’s Hula', all based on his inspiring world travels.