The Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center carries on the rich boatbuilding heritage of North Carolina coast. Visitors are encouraged to watch, and take boatbuilding courses offered throughout the year for all skill levels.
Visit the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort, North Carolina for a taste of coastal cultures and maritime history. The Museum is the official repository for artifacts from Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s Revenge.
As a result, we need you to become a Friend. Join the Friends of the North Carolina Maritime Museum. We ask you to join, renew, volunteer or donate.
Because we are a member supported organization, membership dollars are the foundation of our budget. Revenues from our membership program are instrumental in allowing the Friends to help the museum with support for the educational programming, special events, and public awareness programs.
The best way for you to help us. Quite simply. Friend us.
Become a Friend. Get Involved. The Friends of the North Carolina Maritime Museum.
Learn about upcoming events, functions, and museum sponsored activities with our newsletter.
What do the Friends do? Watch our video and find out!
Junior Sailing Program
The Junior Sailing Program offers basic through advanced sailing instruction to youth ages 8 and older. Instructors are certified in First Aid and CPR. Instruction takes place on the protected waters around Beaufort. Read more...
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