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THE HERRESHOFF MARINE MUSEUM / AMERICA'S CUP HALL OF FAME is dedicated to the education and inspiration of the public through presentations of the history and innovative work of the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company and the America's Cup competition. The Museum, bordering beautiful Narragansett Bay, in Bristol, Rhode Island, is one of the nation's most important historic maritime treasures.


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November 9, 2020

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The Curator's Log

September 1, 2020

The Curator’s Log: The 100th Anniversary of RESOLUTE’s Defense and the 13th Challenge (Part III) 

Read Part Three in Curator Emeritus John Palmieri's three part series on the 13th Challenge, originally published in our Curator's Log in 2016.

August 27, 2020

The Curator’s Log: The 100th Anniversary of RESOLUTE’s Defense and the 13th Challenge (Part II) 

The Trials of 1914

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DORIS (HMCo. #625) was “the first yacht of any consequence to be built to the Universal Rule,” according to L. Francis Herreshoff and the build process started 116 years ago this week. The vessel is still with us today and is currently undergoing restoration.

Pictured: DORIS (HMCo. #625) as photographed by Stebbins in 1908; image courtesy Historic New England Stebbins Photographic Collection

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Today in Herreshoff History - November 21, 1891
The Bristol Phoenix reports that “business is brisk” at HMCo.; E.D. Morgan has ordered another boat – DRUSILLA, HMCo. #417 – and a 2 1/2 rater is under construction and destined for the U.K. The 2 1/2 rater is WENONAH (HMCo. #415).

Pictured: DRUSILLA (HMCo. #417) as photographed by Stebbins in 1892; image courtesy Historic New England Stebbins Photographic Collection

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