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TSHR2 - Trip, Sailing, Heritage, Raffle Ticket, Coastal Leg 2

Raffle ticket for sail from the St. George Island Lighthouse along the gulf beaches of St. George and Dog Islands and then into the Port of Carrabelle with a reception by the Carrabelle History Museum.  Proceeds benefit the Carrabelle History Museum. The Flagship vessel of the Apalachicola Maritime Museum, S/V Heritage, a 58’ immaculate wooden ketch, will be embarking on a sailing tour of the entire navigable coast of Franklin County in early March to promote the maritime heritage of our unique Gulf coastal community in much the same fashion as the early exploration and passenger vessels of the 1700 and 1800s.  We are cooperating with the Museum and History organizations in from Indian Pass to Alligator Point to raise funds via raffle ticket and trip sales.  We will be taking on guests for passage making and excursion days to help raise funds for Franklin County maritime heritage organizations.  The Heritage will have our wooden catspaw dinghy, Hope, in tow to provide transportation of crew and guests to and from shore during the anchorages. 

 

Price: $10.00
Duration: 0 hours
Distance: 0 Miles

Start Point: AMM dock

The docks of the Apalachicola Maritime Museum located at 103 Water Street

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End Point: AMM dock

The docks of the Apalachicola Maritime Museum located at 103 Water Street

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Meeting Point: AMM

The primary site of the Apalachicola Maritime Museum located at the waterfront in downtown Apalachicola behind the Franklin County courthouse with docks on the Apalachicola River.

Phone: 850-653-2500
Website: www.AMMFL.org
Address:

103 Water StreetApalachicola, FL 32320


Driving Directions:

Look to the right as you pass over the bridge heading west into Apalachicola. You will see the concrete docks on the right. Take your first right after the bridge and then the second right past the courthouse onto Water Street. Go 100 yards to 103 Water Street.


Linked Map: Click here to view a map of this location.
Services:

Boat tours, eco and historical tours, barrier island excurions, kayak and canoe trips.