We preserve, explore and celebrate the human history of our oceans and rivers.
Wind and tide exposed the Ethel at Innes National Park this week. It was wrecked in 1904. Photo Stuart Moody.
Three Dutch tall ships will visit Adelaide in August. You can join their voyage. Visit www.dutchtallships.com
Our naval launch Archie Badenoch has been hauled out of the water for its annual refit at Marina Adelaide.
Great to see One & All back at McLaren Wharf. 799 students are booked to visit the ship in 8 days.
The SA Wooden Boat Show at Goolwa was a tribute to all the owners and volunteers who preserve heritage vessels.
The Ghosts of Memory Cove is delighting children at the Maritime Museum daily at 11.30 am and 1.30 pm.
We are firing the boiler on steam tug Yelta and taking bookings for cruises this weekend. Call 8207 6255 to book.
Take a cruise on Archie Badenoch this school vacation. Call 82076255 for details or visit samaritimemuseum.com.au
It is great to have One & All back in its old berth on Queens Wharf.
Yelta's steering engine is powered by the tug's steam. Cruises start tomorrow. For tickets call 8207 6255
Steam tug Yelta will take public cruises on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August. Call 8207 6255 for bookings.
The Museum's Lighthouse is now illuminated from dusk till midnight thanks to the City of Port Adelaide Enfield.
Scott Bain will present Micromachina Aqua at SAMM for the South Australian Living Artists Festival from 3 August.
On Friday 13 July 1888 the Star of Greece was wrecked off Port Willunga. Painting GF Gregory, SAMM Collection.
The Sunday Mail has reviewed the SA Maritime Museum and given us five stars!
Shipwrecked is a hit. Performances twice daily Monday to Friday during the July school vacation.
Did Officer Lowe save Downton Abbey's Patrick Crawley from Titanic? See relics from the real Harold Lowe at SAMM.
John Giles painted the hey day of sail and steam from 1930 to 1960. This oil is a new addition to our collection.
Eliza Everard brought her trunk on the Africaine in 1836, one the first immigrants to SA. Now a gift to SAMM.
Sitting for a moment too long, Fleet Manager Stuart Davie is yarn-bombed outside the SA Maritime Museum.
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