Join Us for a Voyage into History: Discover Sea History!
Our seafaring history comes alive in the pages of Sea History, the National Maritime Historical Society’s quarterly magazine! Each issue brings new insights and discoveries, from the ancient Greek mariners, to Portuguese navigators opening up the ocean world, to the heroic efforts of seamen of World War II.
Sea History magazine is recognized as the pre-eminent journal of advocacy and education in our field. Sea History covers the world of maritime museums, sail training, art, literature, lore, and learning of the sea with a national focus and an international scope. Each issue of Sea History features marine art, museum updates, maritime book reviews, and informative articles on maritime history.
Sea History for Kids is an area just for kids, filled with fun facts about all things nautical, from puzzles and games to articles about kids making maritime history and marine science, there is always something new to learn and discover.
Historic Ships on a Lee Shore highlights the plight of ships that need help, is a regular feature of Sea History magazine. The NMHS also seeks to increase the inventory of historic replica vessels and has developed collaborative relationships with many of the sail training ships now active in the fleet.
NMHS: A Cause in Motion keeps readers abreast of all that we do to further our mission to preserve and perpetuate the maritime history of the United States and to invite all Americans to share in the challenging heritage of seafaring.
Marine Art News features the original works by America’s most talented marine artists. Articles and listings are accompanied by stunning full-color images.
Join us! Membership in the National Maritime Historical Society includes one year of Sea History magazine. Click here and join today! Or call NMHS at 914-737-7878, ext. 0