Working together the Central Coast Maritime Museum Association and the City of Morro Bay can create an interpretive center that will inspire a wave of economic vitality and community pride.
We are striving to construct a Maritime Interpretive Center on the Central Coast. A cornerstone of civic pride and a contributor to the local sense of place, the Central Coast Maritime Museum Association (CCMMA) is increasing the understanding of and respect for the maritime heritage of of California. Along with its efforts toward the construction of a Maritime Interpretive Center, CCMMA sponsors visiting tall ships and is preserving vessels of historical value like the tug boat Alma and the classic Monterey-style fishing boat Spindrift. Join us!
Shown below is the a plan view of the Morro Bay Maritime Interpretive Center. Architect Jim Maul has incorporated an outdoor small craft display that will compliment the Interpretive Center. The main building will be just under 1500 square feet in size. The site is located in Morro Bay, California in the Front Street parking area due east of the south T pier. The design of the building combined with the outdoor boat exhibits will convey the feeling of a small coastal fishing town and working waterfront.
Click on the image below for a larger view of the Interpretive Center Plans.