Gloucester Adventure, Inc.

aka Schooner Adventure   |   Gloucester, MA   |  www.schooner-adventure.org

Mission

Our mission is to preserve the Schooner Adventure for the enrichment of future generations and their love of the sea, and to enable her to serve as a community resource for educational programming focusing on maritime, cultural, and environmental issues, and to operate Adventure at sea as a living symbol of America's maritime heritage.

Ruling year info

1992

Principal Officer

Captain Stefan Edick

Main address

PO Box 1306 Fitz Henry Lane House

Gloucester, MA 01931 USA

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EIN

04-3020719

NTEE code info

Historical Societies and Related Activities (A80)

Elementary, Secondary Ed (B20)

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Programs and results

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Our programs

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History of North American Fisheries

Our educational mission is to develop programs and materials that teach local children and educators (K-12), as well as the general public, about maritime history and culture, the fishing industry past and present, local geography and marine studies. Our educational programs and displays will present the story of Gloucester's fishermen and how the North Atlantic fisheries supported the development of our state and region's growth.Our programming consists of traveling assembly programs, guided tours in Gloucester , Mass, sea chantey presentations, History Sharing Programs with local senior citizens and eventually hands on learning program on board Schooner Adventure.

Population(s) Served

In June 2015 the organization completed a major component of restoration needed for USCG certification to carry paying passengers. The next phase of restoration involves completing the interior compartments of the vessel including the fishhold and main cabin. These sections will be reconstructed in a historically accurate manner, reflecting its original construction in 1926. In addition, interactive educational exhibits and displays focused on the fisheries and the marine environment will be installed in the fishhold. Interpretive signage will be installed throughout the schooner.

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Accreditations

National Register of Historic Places - Listed Property 1989

National Trust For Historic Preservation 1999

Awards

National Historic Landmark 1994

National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior

Official Project of Save America's Treasures 1999

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Affiliations & memberships

National Trust for Historic Preservation - Partner 2013

Associated Grant Makers 2013

Chamber of Commerce 2013

Financials

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Gloucester Adventure, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 03/01/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. John Morris

Harvard Institute for Aging Research

Term: 2013 - 2016

Susan Evans

Treasurer

Elsa Fitzgerald

Community Volunteer

Stephen Hall

Secretary

David Rhinelander

Community Volunteer

David O'Hara

Community Volunteer

Greg Bover

Community Volunteer

John Morris

President

John Thompson

Vice President

Peter Madsen

Vice President

William Whitney

Community Volunteer

J. Coolidge

Community Volunteer

Peter Souza

Retired

Jon Jaques

Beverly Hospital

Steve Ouellette

Lawyer

William Rapp

Retired