Learn about safe boating with Americas Boating Club - Crystal Coast/Fort Macon Sail & Power Squadron in the museum auditorium. For information or reservations, email searenity38@gmail.com or call 252-659-2742. Topics include: Nov. 4: Communications on board Nov. 18: Staying Safe Aboard Dec. 9: Introducing Basic Navigation...

Associate Education Curator Benjamin Wunderly will highlight the rescue of the captain and three crewmembers from the American schooner Leading Breeze. The vessel wrecked during a severe southeast gale at Ocracoke Inlet on Nov. 23, 1901. Barely holding on to the wreckage and all hopes...

North Carolina has many species of whales that travel near our shores and sometimes strand on our beaches.  This makes it ideal for scientists like Keith Rittmaster and his colleagues to study and promote the conservation and understanding of these endangered marine mammals.  Join Keith to...

Learn about safe boating with Americas Boating Club - Crystal Coast/Fort Macon Sail & Power Squadron in the museum auditorium. For information or reservations, email searenity38@gmail.com or call 252-659-2742. Topics include: Nov. 4: Communications on board Nov. 18: Staying Safe Aboard Dec. 9: Introducing Basic Navigation...

Enter if you dare! The students from the East Carteret High School Film Club will be haunting the nature trail at the Gallants Channel Annex. (This event may not be appropriate for younger children.) Proceeds benefit the Film Club [video width="1080" height="1080" mp4="https://ncmaritimemuseumbeaufort.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Trail-of-Terror.mp4" loop="true" autoplay="true"][/video]  ...

At the center of every fish story, myth or legend is a grain of truth. Join Associate Education Curator Christine Brin to learn about some of the possible origins of some of the best known sea monsters and more. The free program is part of...

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...

Museum Natural Science Curator Keith Rittmaster will discuss “Echo” and his heart.  When the 33.5-foot long adolescent sperm whale came ashore at Cape Lookout in 2004, his bones and heart were preserved for study and display.  During the process, the heart was sent to the...