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Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is a research and educational institution dedicated to preserving and sharing the extraordinary cultural and natural resources of Lake Champlain. We inspire children and adults through world-class nautical archaeology, robust educational programs, and full-sized and operational replica vessels that bring history to life.

Our four-acre campus is located right on the water's edge, so our collections invite discovery and understanding in their original setting and visitors can embark on lake adventures of their own!

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37′ O’Day 37

37′ O’Day 37

Excellent cruising boat. Please call ahead if you would like to see the boat. Call Nick Patch at (802) 475-2022 x113 Boat NameGOODNIGHT MOON Specs Dimensions Engines Tanks Accommodations Accommodations Electrical Mechanical Navigation Deck Sails and Rigging

2018 Glassbarge Tour – Welcome Home Video

Captain Jahaziel Sherman, Steamboat Pioneer, Visits Vergennes

Captain Jahaziel Sherman, Steamboat Pioneer, Visits Vergennes

When: Sunday, November 11, 2018, 3-5pm Where: Vergennes Opera House – 120 Main St, Vergennes, VT Light refreshments. Free and open to the public. Speaker: at 4pm, Kevin Crisman, Ph. D., Director of the Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation at Texas A & M University, will share stories of Jahaziel’s adventurous life and recent archaeological discoveries of Sherman’s early …

Community Row to Kingsland Bay

Community Row to Kingsland Bay

Members of the community rowing club rowed to Kingsland Bay on Sunday, Aug 19. With sunny skies, they left North Harbor in the morning to row leisurely north, pausing for scenery breaks and chatting all the way. Once at Kingsland Bay, some rowers went for a swim, others napped, and everyone shared a sumptuous pot luck picnic. On the return …