Hey everyone, MMNC just created new games for everyone to play, so visit our games tab on MMNC’s website and play any of the games you like. Leave us a like and or comment which game you like the most. We are open to suggestions, so don’t be shy. Thank You everyone for the constant […]
Hey everyone, do you think you can find all the words in this word search? But more specifically on the different types of famous ships and boats associated with maritime part 22. Leave a comment on how long it took you to find it and what you words you want to see next. To play […]
Check out this week’s update on the matching game! Think you know your ways around this set of maritime equipment? Click the link and see! https://en.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/2782001/museum_matching_game__d_.htm Missed last week’s game? You can still try it out using the link below: https://en.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/2766407/museum_matching_game.htm
In this game, test your knowledge of Morse code by translating given words into Morse code. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate dashes (-) or dots (.) That would correspond to the English words shown. Here’s the link to the game: https://en.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/2774556/html5/mmncny_morse_code_game.htm
With a new year upon us, we will continue to feature more new shots of Staten Island’s various maritime waterfront activity.
Test yourself and see how much you know about the Museum of Maritime Navigation and Communication by playing our matching game: https://en.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/2766407/museum_matching_game.htm Content will be updated on a weekly basis, so dive in before you miss this week’s worth of content!
We’re beginning a new feature, posting some nautical-themed photos taken along the Staten Island waterways and shoreline. Stay tuned for new posts. Miller’s Launch Located at Pier 7 1/2 (15 Murray Hulbert Ave. at the bottom of Hannah St.) […]
The Museum of Maritime Navigation and Communication would just like to say thank you to Murray Gottlieb for the Astrolabe. Every piece of Equipment you all donate or any type of support we get from you all is always appreciated. So thank you again Murray for this fine piece of Equipment. #MMNCNY
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Hey everyone MMNCNY just posted a new blog post on Blogger, so if you want to check it out click the link down below and stay tuned for more blog posts: http://mmncny.blogspot.com/2016/11/satellite-navigator-transit.html