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The Maritime Museum partners with several interesting and fun museums and businesses.  We hope you will find some of these possibilities intriguing and entertaining compliments to your visit with us.

big bay

The Unified Port of San Diego surrounds San Diego Bay and offers a wealth of information about everything surrounding The Big Bay.

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anthonys

If you get hungry while you're visiting the Museum, just head on over to Anthony's next door and then come on back and finish your tour of the Museum.

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harbor excursion

Take the ferry to Coronado or head out for a cruise on San Diego Bay.

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Hornblower

Cruises on San Diego Bay, and much more.

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la jolla map museum

The La Jolla Map and Atlas Museum features maps that span 500 years, from the 15th century all the way to the mid-20th century. The maps are from all over the world, but most of the collection can be traced back to European roots.

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Las Patronas logo

Las Patronas is a philanthropic organization with a long history of giving. Since its inception in 1946, Las Patronas has donated more than $16 million to over a thousand charitable institutions in San Diego. The funds distributed to these organizations are generated through year-long fundraising efforts and the annual presentation of the Jewel Ball, one of San Diego’s most enduring social, cultural, and philanthropic traditions.

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midway

Explore San Diego's USS Midway aircraft carrier museum.  Board her, check her out and see a fantastic collection of the different types of aircraft that landed on her deck during her career.

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next level sailing

Ever thought it would be fun to sail on an America's Cup boat?  Well, now you can!  The yacht America heads out daily (conditions permitting) on the smoothest,  most comfortable sailing adventures around: whale watching (in winter) or sunset sails (in summer).  She is an updated replica of the sailboat that won the first America's Cup race ever.

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oceans 13

The OCEANS ’13 MTS/IEEE San Diego committee invites you to beautiful San Diego to participate in the world’s most diverse and prestigious conference and exposition regarding our most critical resource—the oceans. This will be the 7th time the OCEANS conference has come to San Diego. The team that orchestrated the OCEANS ’03 San Diego conference—the largest OCEANS conference to date—has returned to raise the bar even higher. The ’03 conference, which was a cornerstone of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s Centennial, had a total event attendance of 5,400, the exhibition included 301 booths and the technical program exceeded 800 excellent presentations. That international audience, from 46 countries, helped us establish the theme for the OCEANS ’13 conference—An Ocean in Common.

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-old town trolly

Old Town Trolley and San Diego Seal Tours make it easy to see all the sights!

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pacific shore maps

Featuring antique and collectible maps, sea charts, surveys, atlases, and 20th century road maps.

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Around the Americas

Around the Americas is a 28,000 mile sailing circumnavigation of the American continents with the mission of inspiring, educating and engaging the citizens of the Americas to protect our fragile oceans.

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