Online Learning with SF Maritime
In these uncertain times, do you feel lost at sea–like THIS poor guy??
We’re here for you!
While the Park is closed and you can’t visit Hyde St. Pier, we wanted to provide you with some fun videos and activities so that you can stay connected to the sailors and ships at SF Maritime. Please browse the tabs below to see videos of Age of Sail programs past, tutorials on things like knot tying and rigging cargo, and some exciting videos of San Francisco & sailing history. There are some great resources for you here–please enjoy! Also, if there’s anything else you’d like to see here, please reach out to us and make suggestions. While the world is “sheltering in place,” we find ourselves with a lot more time on our hands and we are eager to stay connected with YOU! There will be no idle hands on THIS ship!
Weren’t able to attend your Age of Sail this year due to the global pandemic?! We’re so sorry!! We know students and adults alike look forward to this trip all year, and we look forward to seeing you on the pier as soon as it reopens. Until then, check out these videos of programs past, made by the schools that attended. They’re a lot of fun!
2018: Dentry Homeschool
2019: Hoover Elementary
2016: Calvary Christian Academy
2016: Reedemer School
2019: Elkhorn School
Voyage of the Peking–AMAZING square rigger sailing footage from 1929
A Trip Down Market St., San Francisco, Before the 1906 Earthquake & Fire (Sound effects added):
A trip down Market St. before the 1906 earthquake and fire (From the Library of Congress):
Footage of a modern ship ’rounding Cape Horn in 50 KNOTS OF WIND!!!!
Footage of a small boat sailing Drake’s Passage, near Cape Horn
Modern square rigged ship sailing Drake’s Passage, SWALLOWED BY MASSIVE WAVES!!
Below are some videos we use to train our instructor team–the Captains, 1st mates, 2nd mates, Doctors, Merchants, and Gold Miners who make the magic happen. They’re pretty entertaining–enjoy this “behind the scenes” look at Age of Sail!
Cargo Rig- Barrel Hitch with Cockney
Mousing a hook with Mr. Perry
1st Mate, Mr. Foster Busts 2nd Mate, Mr. Perry
The tables have turned! 1st Mate, Mr. Perry busts 2nd Mate, Mr. Foster
Meet Dr. Wilhelm
Dogwatch with the Captain: Story of the Essex Whaling Ship
Gold Mining with Mr. London
2018 Maritime Summer Camp Director Gab Gab
How to tie a bowline:
How to tie a square knot:
How to tie a clove hitch:
How to gasket coil a line:
How to tie a Figure 8:
How to tie a Lark’s Head:
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