Come visit us at the Festival by the Water sponsored by the Staten Island Arts! We will have on site activities and information about different techniques used not only by maritime enthusiasts but also by civilians!!
The Museum of Maritime Navigation and Communication is having its first public fundraiser! established in 2011, MMNC holds an absolute charter granted by the NYSED as an educational not for profit museum. MMNC is unique is all its exhibit ions, programs and its pieces. This fundraiser is to help stimulate the knowledge of […]
MMNC has been published in May/June issue of Industry Magazine. Learn about us, our Founder and the wonderful volunteers who keep MMNC going! There are full color photos and more!!! Link to Industry Magazine’s post: Link to PDF version:
Once the home of J.B. King’s Windsor Plaster Mills, a United States Gypsum Corp. plant, Atlantic Salt, Inc. made Staten Island its home in 1976 and opened their Richmond Terrace facility. The family-owned Eastern Salt Co., headquartered in Lowell, MA, has its Atlantic Salt branch on 10 acres, which have, which have, some of the […]
MMNC has another exquisite exhibit! Opened to the Public, Immigrants: The Roots of innovation is an exhibit sponsored by Council-member Steven Matteo and the Department of Cultural Affairs to highlight the work and ideas of many pioneers in the Maritime Industry. These people were known for the interests and the result of the work […]
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
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 […]
With a new year upon us, we will continue to feature more new shots of Staten Island’s various maritime waterfront activity.