Saturday, February 24, 2018
  • Ship Lovers

    are perfectly right on our website! If you especially like antique boats, you should not miss the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton

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  • Naval Museums

    The Spanish Naval Museum in Madrid shows in chronological order the most important historical pieces procured by the navy

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  • Maritime Museums

    The Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney gives visitors the chance to go on board and experience historical exhibits live on water

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  • Special Museums

    The Museum of Underwater Archeology in Bodrum guides you to an unbelievable trip through many exhibitions

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  • Historical Museums

    The Jesus Boat Museum in Israel displays an ancient fishing boat from the 1st century whose origin may date back to Jesus

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Museums in Europe

See links to nautical museums' websites throughout Europe.

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Museums in Asia

Great maritime museums of middle and far East.

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Museums in America

Find a collection of webpages of museums concerning navigation and its history in North and South America.

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Museums in Australia

Oceania's nautical history is shown in its great museums.

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Museums in Africa

Get to know about maritime museums in Africa.

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Welcome to

Are you interested in navigation, shipping and their history, and would like to learn more about the certain way of how boats were constructed in locations all over the world? Or do you want to visit a special museum on your next holiday trip?

Then this website can give you the information you need about all kinds of nautical museums worldwide.


  • Choose the continent you want to visit
    and decide which type of museum you'd like to visit, e.g. a Naval, Maritime or Historical Museum.
  • Select one of the categories of museums
    and have a look in which countries are the most interesting museums.

Special Exhibitions of the legendary Titanic

Exactly 100 years ago, on the 15th of April 1912, the Titanic suffered its legendary fate after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.

To honour this tragedy, museums all over the world set up special exhibitions that tell the story of this passenger liner which is one of the most famous ships worldwide.

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