“The Herreshoff WWII Vessels” by Greg Banner For World War II military service Herreshoff Boatyard produced exactly 100 vessels in five different classes. These included mine sweepers, coastal transports, PT boats and air-sea rescue boats. These vessels served in the US Navy, US Army Air Corps, British, Indian and Soviet Navies. This presentation will provide […]
“Temple To The Wind: The Story Of America’s Greatest Naval Architect And His Masterpiece, RELIANCE” by Christopher L. Pastore, Ph.D. (Lyons Press, 2005) “Temple to the Wind is as expertly crafted as Nathanael Herreshoff’s epic America’s Cup yacht Reliance. A riveting account of an enigmatic genius and the yacht race that was once as big […]
Dr. Kathy Abbass of the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (RIMAP) will present “Ships and Shipwrecks of the Revolution in Rhode Island” on Thursday evening March 24, at 7 p.m. eastern at the Herreshoff Marine Museum in Bristol.
You Can Call Him Mike: How a Vanderbilt Transformed Yachting. Virtual Lecture presented by John Rousmaniere. February 3rd, 2022 at 7pm Eastern
Join us on October 21st for a virtual presentation to hear about the campaign from team members Rob Ouellette (Chief Operating Officer), Tyson Lamond (Boat Captain / Shore Team), Robyn Lesh (Design team member), and Dan Morris (Trimmer). The team will talk about their AC36 experiences, what’s in store for the team for AC37, and answer questions from the audience.
Acclaimed artist Russ Kramer, who specializes in historically-correct dynamic recreations of famous yacht races and turn-of-the-century yachting society
Panelists Gary Jobson, Steven Tsuchiya, and Robert Kamins will deliver an analysis of the current Cup teams and review the Prada Cup series to provide insight ahead of the 36th America’s Cup Match.
Frances Carleton Brastow Amesbury in the great aunt of Barbara Brastow Semple. Through the reading of her fifteen years of journals and severals and books and diaries, Barbara has been able to put together a travelogue of sorts highlighting women’s voyages, with an emphasis on Frances’ experiences sailing the high seas around the world.