Wednesday, January 18, 2017 6:30pm 8:00pm Channel Islands Maritime Museum 3900 Bluefin CircleOxnard, CA, 93035 Kevin Augarten and Jeff Larson from Ocean Defenders Alliance Ocean Defenders Alliance works to clean and protect    marine ecosystems through documentation, education, and meaningful action. Working with affected communities, we focus primarily on the reduction and removal of manmade debris […]

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 6:30pm to 8:00pm or if you like 18:30 to 20:00 Channel Islands Maritime Museum 3900 Bluefin Circle Oxnard, CA, 93035 United States Vessel Assist Ventura is owned and operated by Captain Paul Amaral. The company, which has a second location in Oxnard, was recognized in 2015 by the Boat Owners Association […]

Visitors of all ages can enjoy an assortment of maritime mysteries associated with the life and times of historical characters, portrayed by volunteers in period costume, and hear stories about the fascinating maritime heritage surrounding rare and beautiful paintings dating back to the 1600s and more than 60 world-class ship models, at the third annual […]

DOCENT & HISTORIAN, TOM DANZA Clipper ships and windjammers were the fastest commercial ship built in the 19th century, holding world records for ocean crossings for 100 years. This presentation will explore the faster clipper ship features, some famous ships, and high lights in their history.  In November 2017 the speaker traveled on a 19-day sail […]

The Channel Islands Maritime Museum will be exhibiting art work from students of the Oxnard Union High School District from April 3 – April 30, 2017. On Thursday, April 6 from 5-7pm, a reception and awards ceremony will be held for the community to attend free of charge. Light refreshments will be provided.  For the […]

On April 19 at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum historian and author, Cherie Brant will give her lecture “Shifting Sands: The Early Years of Channel Islands Harbor”. The story of the Channel Island and Hueneme Harbors is a fascinating example of how engineering designs and shifting sands can benefit or threaten coastal communities. Channel Islands […]

The Channel Islands Maritime Museum is pleased to present, “The Most Mad Seas: Tales of Sail from Cape Horn and the Southern Ocean”, a lecture to be held on May 17 with local historian and author, Glenn Hening. The Roaring 40s, the Furious 50s, the Screaming 60s – the “most mad seas” of the Great […]