The Bounty(ONT) Come sail on the replica of the famous 18th century tall ship built by MGM studios for Mutiny on the Bounty.
Dory Shop, The (NOVA SCOTIA) Established in 1880, the Dory Shop workers built thousands of dories which were shipped all over the world. Today, the shop still functions under the operation of the Shelburne Historical Society.
Fisherman's Life Museum (NOVA SCOTIA) This modest house in Jeddore Oyster Ponds is a typical Nova Scotian inshore fisherman's house of the early 1900s. The house has been refurnished with the ordinary things of rural living from Nova Scotia fishing communities.
Granville Island Model Ships Museum: (BRITISH COLUMBIA) The Granville Island Sportfishing and Model Ships Museum is an international collection of piscatory artifacts and is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of sportfishing throughout North America. The museum comprises over 5000 square feet of display area and contains over 50,000 items (and counting).
HMCS Haida (ONTARIO) The last remaining example of the 27 Tribal Class destroyers built for the Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy between 1937 and 1945 is berthed in Toronto.
HMCS Sackville - The Last Corvette (NOVA SCOTIA) HMCS Sackville was one of more than 120 corvettes built in Canada during the Second World War. Now she rests at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Lockmaster's House Museum: (ONTARIO) For over a century, steamers passed through the lock gates at Chaffey's Lock towing barges loaded with cordwood, cheese and grain. The 1872 stone stone gristmill located here was the commercial hub of the surrounding countryside. The Lockmaster's House Museum interprets canal life in years gone by of those men and women who settled the shores of the Rideau Lakes and along the canal that runs from Kingston to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Lower Fort Garry (MANITOBA) Once an important outpost of the Hudson's Bay Company, the fort houses several recently built replicas of boats widely used by early traders.
Marine Museum of the Great Lakes (ONTARIO) An old shipyard is the site of the museum where exhibit galleries, workshops, a library and archives, and a lightship focus on the maritime history of the Toronto area.
Mariners Park Museum (ONTARIO) South Bay has always been a safe haven for sailing ships when Lake Ontario "blows up". It was therefore fitting that, here at the Museum site in 1967, the top of the False Duck Lighthouse (originally the oldest in Prince Edward County, built in 1829) was reconstructed as a Centennial Project. Visit here and at the msueum itself.
Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland (NEWFOUNDLAND) Located at St. John's, Newfoundland, the Maritime History Archive collects and preserves original documents and copies of documents relating to the history of sea based activities in the North Atlantic region including researching ships and seafarers, researching genealogy and family history, reference, access and reproduction of documents and Principal Records of British Shipping and Seamen and their locations.
Maritime History of the Great Lakes: (ONTARIO) The Maritime History of the Great Lakes website is an ongoing experiment in the design of a "digital library", a collection of documents intended to be of value to those researching Great Lakes History.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic (NOVA SCOTIA) The museum is a division of the Nova Scotia Museum on the Halifax waterfront and requests your visit to its important maritime history collections and displays.
Maritime Museum of British Columbia (BRITISH COLUMBIA) Bastion Square in Victoria, B.C., is the old courts building, now the maritime museums with a wide variety of exhibits and displays about the maritime history of Canada in the Pacific Northwest.
The Naval Museum of Alberta (ALBERTA) The museum in Calgary, exhibits a collection of naval artifacts including three RCN fighter aircraft which flew on the decks of HMCS Warrior, Magnificent, and Bonaventure.
Naval Museum of Manitoba (MANITOBA) Young prairie men from Manitoba towns like Carmen, Portage, The Pas and Dauphin went out to join the Canadian Navy. Nobody could predict the connection between the flat prairies and a call to the sea, but once the war was over it was undeniable. The Naval Museum of Manitoba pertains to those Manitobans who have served with the Navy. Closed for refit, the museum will be open in September 1999. Look to this website for current information.
The Newfoundland Museum (Main Branch, St. John's)Explore the many fascinating aspects of the past at Newfoundland and Labrador at this, the main brain of the Provincial Museum.
Ontario Science Centre The Centre's Hall of Transportation explores the gamut of our ways and means of moving about the earth on boats.
Sunshine Coast Maritime Museum (BRITISH COLUMBIA) The Maritime Museum is located in Gibson's Landing, British Columbia Canada, just down the lane from the famous "Molly's Reach" restaurant. We've brought together hundreds of interesting items reflecting the exciting maritime heritage of the Sunshine Coast.
Trent-Sever n Waterway (ONTARIO): The 386 kilometre Trent-Severn waterway is located in the heart of central Ontario, connected by lakes, rivers and canals connects Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay. The Waterway attracts thousands of visitors annually from all over the world.
Vancouver Maritime Museum (BRITISH COLUMBIA) The Museum documents the cultural and material history of the generations of British Columbians who have drawn their livelihood from the sea. Its particular focus is on the Port of Vancouver--from the first explorers to enter our waters to today's international cruise ship facility. Adjoining the Museum is the St. Roch, the RCMP Arctic patrol ship that was the first ship to sail the Northwest Passage from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean.