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Feb. 13th

"Christopher Peragine - Salt Salt Sea, All for Love of Thee" Exhibition

Join us on February 13th at 6:00 pm for drinks, light snacks, and music as we open New Orleans artist, Christopher Peragine's show "Salt Salt Sea, All for Love of Thee".

New Orleans architect and artist, Christopher Peragine, spent years sailing the Gulf Coast and environs of Puget Sound. These watercolors are inspired by racing sailboats in the Gulf and by his three-month solo voyage from Seattle to New Orleans.

This show is free and open to the public. The exhibit will be located on the third floor of the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum from February 1st  to March 31st. Regular visiting hours are 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Saturday.

 Bruce Seabolt Art Exhibit
The Luis Hine Exhibit
April 27

Deer Island Paddle/SUP Yoga

Join Paddles Up at our new location and explore Deer Island! Deer Island is our closest barrier island and just a short paddle from our new location at the Schooner Pier.

Bring your own Water, drinks, and snacks that you may want. We will have a small cooler available.

We will also provide a short yoga class to those who would like to participate.
You are also free to explore the island on your own once we get there.

$40 per person includes all equipment and instructions.
$20 per person if you have your own board.

Billy Creel Memorial WOODEN & CLASSIC BOAT SHOW

  • DATES

    May 18th & 19th, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • LOCATION

    Schooner Pier Complex: 367 Beach Blvd., Biloxi, MS 39530
  • WHAT TO EXPECT

    Schooner sails, food, refreshments, local art vendors, children's activities, and historic, antique, classic and contemporary wooden boats at the largest gathering of watercraft on the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast! Admission: $7 Adults, $3 ages 13-18, children 12 & under free

History from the late 1800's

The Museum has brought life to local maritime history and heritage by replicating two 65′ two masted Biloxi Schooners.

COME SAIL WITH US!

  • Group Charter (Up to 44 People)

    2.5 hour $600/up to 20 people (Plus $15 each person/up to 44 people)
    Half-day $900/up to 44 people.
    Full-day $1,350/up to 44 people.
  • Walk On Sails

    (Minimum of 6 passengers for Walk on Sail and available when schooners are unchartered.)
    $30 / adult & $15 / child ages 3-12.
    Please call for sailing times & reservations. You are welcome to bring food and refreshments aboard, we provide ice chests and ice.
The Luis Hine Exhibit

Hall of Fame 2018

The Maritime & Seafood
Industry Museum's 2018
HALL OF FAME

OCTOBER 27, 2018

Famous Biloxi Schooners

For a truly unique way of enjoying the Mississippi Gulf Coast, step on board an authentic replica of a Biloxi oyster schooner.

The city of Biloxi traces its beginnings to the arrival of the French in 1699. The City takes great pride in letting visitors feast on its 300 year history. Truly a museum without walls, every inch of Biloxi contains elements of its proud heritage and none greater than the majesty of the White Wings.

Youtube Videos

Get a closer look inside the museum, the Biloxi Schooners, The Nydia and more...

The Luis Hine Exhibit
SunHerald

People's Choice Award 2017

#1 Favorite Museum

See what SunHerald said about The Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum!

COME VISIT US!

maritime and seafood industry museum

Experience an array of exhibits on shrimping, oystering, recreational fishing, wetlands, managing marine resources, charter boats, marine blacksmithing, wooden boat building, netmaking, catboats/Biloxi skiff, shrimp peeling machine and numerous historic photographs and objects.

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