The Bonehenge Whale Center at Gallants Channel is complete and ready to welcome limited visitation. Work conducted at this facility includes research on marine mammals, stranded specimen collection, skeletal rearticulation, education, and conservation of North Carolina whales (including dolphins and porpoise). The Center operates as a partnership between the North Carolina Department...

The Bonehenge Whale Center at Gallants Channel is complete and ready to welcome limited visitation. Work conducted at this facility includes research on marine mammals, stranded specimen collection, skeletal rearticulation, education, and conservation of North Carolina whales (including dolphins and porpoise). The Center operates as a partnership between the North Carolina Department...

The Bonehenge Whale Center at Gallants Channel is complete and ready to welcome limited visitation. Work conducted at this facility includes research on marine mammals, stranded specimen collection, skeletal rearticulation, education, and conservation of North Carolina whales (including dolphins and porpoise). The Center operates as a partnership between the North Carolina Department...

Explore the art of boat building from start to finish during a two-day, hands-on course at the North Carolina Maritime Museum’s Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center. The course begins with the design and lofting of boats and moves on to the setup, steam bending and...

The Carolina Maritime Model Society exists to promote the production of high-quality ship models and encourage members and the public to participate in a craft that is as old as shipbuilding itself. The group will meet in the museum auditorium. Meetings are open to the...

Join America's Boating Club to learn how to navigate local waters. Topics in the free seminar include: Local Charts (differences between NOAA, chart plotters, and the real world) Local Notice to Mariners (how to find out what the USCG is doing to Nav Aids) NOAA...