Preserving Kodiak's Maritime Heritage

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Thelma C

Thelma C Restoration Project

Every year several old wooden boats abandoned in the Kodiak boat harbor end up as ashes on the beach, burned for unpaid moorage fees. Thanks to efforts by Kodiak Maritime Museum however, the 36 foot salmon seine vessel Thelma C was rescued from the burn pile.

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Coast Guard Helicopter - Waterfront Sign

Celebrating our Maritime Heritage

KMM’s first outdoor exhibit, Celebrating our Maritime Heritage, is a series of interpretive panels that overlooks St. Paul Harbor. With full color illustrations, the panels illustrate Kodiak’s intrinsic bond with the sea — the boats, the species of fish harvested, the fishing families and seafood processors who add to the bustle of Kodiak’s working waterfront.

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ComFish 2018

ComFish 2019

March 27 – March 30, 2019
Kodiak Harbor Convention Center

Stop by the KMM Comfish booth in March for information on the Thelma C Project and other museum endeavors, and learn about Kodiak's illustrious maritime history.

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