UPCOMING EVENTS AND LECTURES
Panel Discussion: Women in Maritime Trades
Join us for afternoon tea to hear stories from six women who will share their experiences and accomplishments in maritime trades and in careers such as captain, officer, pilot, and more. Light refreshments will be provided. Download flyer
Saturday, March 28, 2015 1pm-3pm
Blue Room of the Maritime Museum building,
900 Beach Street, foot of Polk Street.
RSVP required: www.maritime.org
One of the first welders at Kaiser Shipyard during WWII.
Captain Lynn Korwatch
Executive Director of the Maritime Exchange and a former merchant sea captain
Captain Tuuli Messer
Professor at the California Maritime Academy
Captain Jeanne Pinto
SFFD fireboat pilot
Hired by the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association to work on the Age Of Sail education program and to serve as First Mate aboard the scow schooner ALMA
Captain Nancy Wagner
First woman ship pilot in the U.S. and member of the first women's graduating class at the U.S. merchant Marine Academy at kings point, NY in 1978
Celebrate the Return of Eva B.!
After a five-year restoration by San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park staff and volunteers, our 1936 local gem Eva B. is ready to launch! Please join us for these two very special events on Hyde St. Pier:
Exhibit Reception and Project Open House
February 27, 5:30 – 8:30 pm.
Get “up close and personal” with Eva B.! Chat with the folks who restored her and get a sneak preview of the Boat Shop’s new Eva B. exhibit. Music and light refreshments.
Rechristening and Launch
April 11, 11 am – 1 pm.
Help us launch Eva B. into the 21st century! With the break of a bottle of Champagne we’ll return Eva B. to the waters of the Bay, commemorate a colorful chapter of San Francisco history, and preserve her legacy for future generations. Music and light refreshments. Download flyer
Free. Hyde St. Pier. www.nps.gov/safr
Join the conversation on Twitter at #EvaB.
The park has a variety of ongoing exhibits that focus on the Asian American experience. Look for the Grace Quan at the small boat dock on Hyde Street Pier, an example of a small craft that was used by Chinese immigrants to catch shrimp in San Francisco Bay. Aboard the ship Balclutha, the "Chinatown' exhibit below deck provides an immersive experience into the living quarters of those who sailed to the Alaskan canneries. At the park Visitor Center, 499 Jefferson Street, at Hyde Street, exhibits bring to life stories of 19th century Chinese immigration.