Please note the new email address for sending in proposals for the 11th Maritime Heritage Conference/45th Tall Ships America Conference, New Orleans, February 14-17, 2018.
Please send proposals to: email@example.com
Proposals are due November 1, 2017.
Additional information is below, or download a pdf of the conference flyer.
Our Maritime Communities-Stronger Together
11th Maritime Heritage Conference & 45th Annual Conference on Sail Training and Tall Ships
New Orleans Marriott-French Quarter
February 14 – 17, 2018
The 11th Maritime Heritage Conference and the 45th Annual Conference on Sail Training and Tall Ships will come together for an information-packed joint conference encompassing a broad array of topics. The Maritime Heritage Conference was last held in 2014, and is unique in bringing together all elements of the maritime heritage community to discuss topics of common interest. Tall Ships America’s Conference on Sail Training and Tall Ships is held annually and known for its high “take away value,” networking opportunities and camaraderie. You are invited to join with us and share an exploration of maritime heritage while charting the course for the future. The Conference Steering Committee invites you to become involved in the 2018 Conference as a presenter. This is an outstanding opportunity to come together with individuals from all segments of the maritime community to discuss topics of common interest, to learn from your peers, and to share your knowledge and experience with others.
The conference venue is the beautiful New Orleans Marriott. Rooms are available at the terrific rate of $164+ per night! Details of the conference schedule are posted at: www.seahistory.org and www.sailtraining.org
Focus sessions include, but are not limited to:
♦ Media and Publications ♦ Crew and Staff Training and Development
♦ Tall Ships, Sail Training and Education ♦ Not for Profit Administration
♦ Marketing and Social Media ♦ Fund Development
♦ Vessel Operations and Safety ♦ Tall Ships® Events and Host Port
Papers and sessions include, but are not limited to:
♦ Maritime and naval history ♦ Inland Water Commerce and seaport operations
♦ Maritime Art, Literature and Music ♦ Lighthouses and Lifesaving Stations
♦ Underwater Archaeology ♦ Trade and Communications
♦ Shipbuilding ♦ Libraries, Archives, and Museums
♦ Marine Science and Ocean Conservation ♦ National Marine Sanctuaries
♦ Education and Preservation ♦ Vessel Restoration
♦ Maritime Heritage Grant Program ♦ Small Craft
♦ Marine Protected Areas ♦ Maritime Landscapes
Session Proposals are encouraged. Individual and Session Proposals should include a one-page abstract, and a one-page bio about each presenter. Please email proposals to Dr. David Winkler and Jonathan Kabak at: firstname.lastname@example.org For proposal guidelines: www.seahistory.org or www.sailtraining.org The deadline for papers and session proposals is November 1, 2017