Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
The Santa Barbara Channel is home to the second largest natural oil and gas seeps in the world. Learn more about methane gas seeps, an environmental disaster of nature, from UCSB Earth Sciences Professor James Boles, Ph.D.
By 1405 China had been a powerful empire for nearly two thousand years. The crown jewels of Emperor Zhu Di’s navy were his Treasure Fleets of the Ming Dynasty 1405 – 1433. These behemoths, nearly half the size of …
West of the West tells the mostly unknown story of the California Coast’s crown jewels, the eight Channel Islands. The film is told from the viewpoint of those who experienced the Channel Islands: those who lived on, ranched, wrecked …
Brian Fagan takes us on a fascinating, lavishly illustrated journey into the remote past when people first began venturing on the ocean. What did it take for people to launch canoes and boats to sail beyond the horizon, not knowing …
Dr. Richard Slater talks about the history of the ship, the controversies of its sinking, and the dives he made on the wreck, off Ireland, for of a National Geographic movie, book and magazine article in 1993.
Richard Slater background …
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