80 years of History and Community Written by, Issalina Sowry - Terra Linda His School MarinSel student and Call of the Sea intern In the early 1940’s, Marin City became home to thousands of Black Americans who did important work building warships at Marinship, Sausalito’s waterfront shipyard during the peak of World War
Alan Olson on Building Tall Ships An Interview by Mo Roddy for Latitude 38's Good Jibes Podcast Alan is the founder of Call of the Sea, and was the Project Director for building brigantine Matthew Turner, logging countless volunteer hours. He built his first boat at age 22, has over 60 years of
7,034 visits to the Bay Model Complex/ship for an educational program, tour or sail Approx. 1,000 volunteer visits in 2022, for sailing, maintenance or building projects Approx. 100 tours were given of Matthew Turner by docents 1,345 passengers on Seaward 5,204 passengers on Matthew Turner 6,549 passengers (sailing) total 5 ports visited in
A challenging course in sailing and navigating a ship for ages 12+ Build teamwork, boost self confidence & face your fears with the support of fellow crew members! Students learn in an inclusive environment Gain teamwork skills as part of a crew raising, lowering and stowing sails Overcome your
Donate Today! “Students are incredibly inspired to be back together again – to play, to follow, to work as a team and to be in this atmosphere of learning together again.” Steve Kielar, Call of the Sea Director of Education Your support will bring more boys and girls to the
The sewing team at work making chafe guards for mooring lines and repairing Seaward's sail cover. Starbuck Canvas Works is generously donating use of their space and mentoring us on the canvas projects for Matthew Turner.