The Museum of America and the Sea
WoodenBoat magazine for wooden boat owners and builders, focusing on materials, design, and construction techniques and repair solutions.
Council of American Maritime Museums (CAMM)
The Council of American Maritime Museums was established in 1974 to be a network for professionals working in North American maritime museums. It has a membership of some eighty museums in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Bermuda
The 1926 schooner Adventure is one of the last of the famous Grand Banks fishing schooners of Gloucester, Massachusetts. She is one of only two knockabout fishing schooners surviving. Adventure was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1994
Essex Shipbuilding Museum
The Essex Shipbuilding Museum is a maritime museum in Essex, Massachusetts which contains historical and demonstrative displays regarding the history of the wooden shipbuilding industry in Essex
George Kirby Jr. Paint Co.
Making marine paint since 1846 in New Bedford, MA.
Pert Lowell Co.
Once part of the Lowell family of Lowell’s Boat Shop, we build the Town Class sailboat. This one-design craft has been built exclusively by Pert Lowell and his relatives since 1932. We build Townies, classic boats, traditional marine hardware and classic nautical furnishings the way we’ve been doing it since the late 1700s: with meticulous craftsmanship and the finest materials.
American Sail Training Association (ASTA)
Custom House Maritime Museum
Essex National Heritage Commission
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Shaw & Tenney
Traditional Small Craft Association
U.S. National Parks Service