This past week, SBMM, and all of Santa Barbara, lost an amazing member of our community when Jean Schuyler passed away. Jean, along with her late husband Barry, were one of our four Keystone Founders here at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum. Jean was a Past President of SBMM, and was extremely generous to SBMM,… Read More
Our new docents are ready to guide our group tours.
A blowout off the coast of Santa Barbara 50 years ago not only galvanized the community and state but led to a wave of environmental laws nationwide.
Our Volunteers worked many hours this year to make our Ranger shine! Thank you
Cambria Historical Society paying tribute to volunteers this holiday season The San Luis Obispo Tribune Bob Schwemmer, of NOAA and the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, will be the keynote speaker for the Annual Recognitions Dinner on Sunday, Feb. 24th
Alpha is a local branch of a national organization that provides services to participants with developmental issues (occurring before the age of 18). They will be sending four participants, along with one staff member, here each week, to clean the 4th floor Visitors Center and the front patios.
Association of Professional Fundraisers Chapter Honors Local Leaders in Philanthropy -Noozhawk- Philanthropists of the Year, Santa Barbara County — Judy and Jack … School, the Wilderness Youth Project and the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum.
History of oil on display at Santa Barbara Maritime MuseumPacific Coast Business Times. This article is only available to Business Times subscribers; Subscribers: LOG IN or REGISTER for complete digital access. Not a Subscriber?
SBMM receives $10,000 grant from Union Bank to support the Spirit of Dana Point Tall Ship Overnight Program, putting local fourth-graders aboard the ship for one night. Pictured here are (L-R) SBMM Navigators Circle Chair Chuck Wilson, SBMM ED Greg Gorga, Vince Caballero with Union Bank, and SBMM Board President Wilson Quarre.
SBMM says Bon Voyage to Membership Coordinator Ian Kirkpatrick as he heads to Humboldt State University to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Anubis Point, San Miguel Island. Although not an official place name, its origin dates back 110 years ago. On 20 July, 1908, the 382-foot German freighter SS Anubis with a crew of 65, was en route from San Francisco, California via Mazatlan, Mexico then onto Hamburg, Germany when it stranded on San Miguel Island in fog. The vessel was… Read More
The Santa Cruz Island Foundation’s dedication ceremony of the monument now on our patio, honoring the twelve air men who died when their B-24 crashed on San Miguel Island during WWII. Yesterday was the 75th anniversary of the crash.