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Colonial Seaport Foundation

“While reading a book or watching a documentary about a historic event can be intriguing, being able to step into the past and experience life in the colonial era will have a much more lasting impact. By creating this living history learning environment, we believe that students and teachers will come away with a much deeper knowledge of, and a deeper appreciation for, the 18th century maritime heritage that helped define Colonial America.”

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Colonial Seaport Foundation

About the Colonial Seaport Foundation

Colonial Seaport Foundation (CSF) is an educational organization focused on preserving facets of America’s Colonial (17th-18th Century) Maritime Heritage by providing historically accurate information and education to the public. CSF displays and demonstrates the operation of vessel(s), equipment, tools, procedures, skills, and lifestyles within the maritime community.


The Luna Project — To expand our educational offerings, we are building a working replica of an early 18th century coastal trading sloop. A curriculum will be established to provide pierside education, classroom lectures, and possibly underway field trips.


Production Work— CSF and their props have been featured in TV and Film Productions.

The service they offer are:
– COLONIAL ERA PROP RENTAL
– SMALL BOAT RENTAL
– HISTORIC CHARACTERS (PRIMARY AND BACKGROUND)
– FIRST PERSON INTERPRETERS


Ship’s Store — The Colonial Seaport Foundation is excited to announce the creation of two historically inspired coffee blends with Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters located in Yorktown, VA to be featured in the CSF Ship’s Store. More Items to come!