San Diego Maritime Museum and Star of India
The San Diego Maritime Museum, established in 1948, consists of three ships which have been restored to their original condition and are lying alongside Harbor Drive, between Ash and Laurel Streets.Star of IndiaThe three-master "Star of India" is a sailing ship which was built in the Isle of Man in 1863 and sailed round the world several times.
San Diego Maritime Museum and Star of India Map
Official site: www.sdmaritime.org
Address: 1492 North Harbour Drive, San Diego, CA 92101-3309, United States
Opening hours: 9am-8pm
Entrance fee in USD: Adult $12.00, Child 6 & under $9.00, Senior $9.00, Child 17 & under $8.00, Child 12 & under FREE
Useful tips: Docent tours are available for groups of ten or more by appointment.
The Californian is a replica of the 1847 Revenue Cutter C.W. Lawrence, built from the ground up in 1984 and launched at the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The Californian has nine sails, weighs 130 tons and is armed with four six-pound deck guns. The Maritime Museum of San Diego acquired the tallship in June 2002.
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