See you in San Francisco: CAMM Annual Conference registration deadline is April 5, 2017

CAMM Members and Friends –

Please remember to register for this spring’s annual conference by the April 5th deadline.  The conference planning team at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park and San Francisco Maritime National Park Association are putting together a fantastic event, including harbor and museum tours that will highlight the maritime landscape of our host city.  This includes an engaging three-day program of presentations and panels, as well as optional excursions to Point Reyes Lighthouse and the museum’s large artifact storage facility at San Leandro (please register in advance for optional trips).

A view of the Golden Gate Bridge and sail and power boats on the water.

Scow schooner Alma with sails set, running with the wind on San Francisco Bay, with the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands in the background. Photo: NPS

Conference Details:  

Dates: Wednesday, April 19 – Friday, April 22, 2017

Hosts: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, San Francisco, California

Lodging: Argonaut Hotel, Fisherman’s Wharf (see below).

Registration: Full 3-day registration is $195 (covers sessions, Friday box lunch, evening reception, and final dinner); the companion rate for the social events is $125. The one-day registration rate will be $110. To register, please complete the 2017 CAMM Conference Registration Form (It is recommended you download and save the form to your computer.  Once completed, follow form instructions for email or hard copy submission and payment).  

Registration Deadline is April 5, 2017.

Note on lodging: the conference hotel – the Argonaut Hotel, 495 Jefferson Street, San Francisco is located on Fisherman’s Wharf within walking distance of all the conference activities. The Argonaut is offering a special rate (the normal government rate) of $267 plus tax. At this late date, you will need to contact the hotel’s Sales Director, Mark at 800-790-1415 or email to arrange the special conference rate.

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