Illustration by Park Guide Noemesha Williams
After landing their space ship (which looks sort of like the top section of the Maritime Museum) on Hyde Street Pier, Captain Zog and First Mate Zig go to the visitor center.
Activity page for young sailors.
Read all about a cattle stampede aboard the ferryboat Eureka.
The cook on board the sailing ship Balclutha has a very interesting tale to tell.
San Francisco Maritime is a park of many uses.
Check out this cool scavenger hunt!
Have you ever thought about learning how to sail?
If you were a sailor on a voyage across the sea and you needed to get rid of some stinky trash, what would you do????
Hercules: A Gull's Eye View
Illustration by Inge Wessels
Learn about oral histories and then create your own.
Activity page for young salts.
Compare and Contrast Two Charts of San Francisco Bay
Did You Know?
This "Plimsoll Mark" is painted on the port side of Balclutha and named for Samuel Plimsoll, an Englishman who fought to pass the Merchant Shipping Act of 1876. Before this law, many ships were dangerously overloaded and many sank. These “coffin ships” claimed the lives of many sailors. More...