Did You Know…A Quick Way To Interpret The San Salvador

The San Salvador, built by the Maritime Museum of San Diego (an official CNM partner), offers us a platform for conversation about the maritime history of the Pacific and first-contact stories. We are proud to be part of this project and, as NPS heads into its second century, we look for innovative and creative partnerships to highlight our messages and provide educational opportunities for the … Continue reading Did You Know…A Quick Way To Interpret The San Salvador

Photos of San Salvador Needed

The Ebinder Team Needs Your Help The Ebinder team is putting together a new document showing how the size of the San Salvador compares to other ships, including current day vessels.  We have several photos of the San Salvador sailing in the bay as it passes other ships, but we are looking for more. If you have any photos of the San Salvador with other … Continue reading Photos of San Salvador Needed

San Salvador Launch Postponed

Dr. Raymond Ashley, President/CEO of the Maritime Museum of San Diego, issued the following statement announcing the postponement of the San Salvador launch. Thank you for your support of the Maritime Museum of San Diego and the San Salvador project. More than any other icon, the San Salvador has become the embodiment of California’s origin story. The voyage of 1542, with Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo at … Continue reading San Salvador Launch Postponed

Volunteer Recognition Dinner

If you couldn’t make it to Friday’s Volunteer Recognition Dinner, you missed out on a great evening of fun, good food, and great company in an incredible setting on a beautiful San Diego night. The San Salvador made an impressive backdrop for our dinner, as we sat at tables complete with some of the very things that Cabrillo and his crew might have eaten–peppers, cacao … Continue reading Volunteer Recognition Dinner