The Sail, Power & Steam Museum
75 Mechanic Street
Rockland, ME 04841
Phone: (207) 701-7627
Hours: Closed Mon-Tues: Wed-Sun 11a.m. - 4p.m. and by appointment
Email: [email protected]

The Sail, Power & Steam Museum is a treasure trove of interesting and exciting displays. Located on the old Snow Shipyard property on the shores of Rockland Harbor, it is the only maritime museum in Maine located on an authentic, historic shipbuilding site. Inspect the builders models of amazing, huge, trading schooners and see the ways on which they were launched. View old images and photographs of these vessels under sail. Many displays are operating, "hands on" kind of objects. Engines- steam or make 'n break- ride in a Model T Ford- cruise Rockland Harbor on our 1914 Flagship or roam on our waterfront beach. There is lots to do at Sharp's Point South-SPS Museum.

Our mission is to enrich the lives of visitors, volunteers and the general public of the state of Maine through hands on, interactive, and educational experiences with historically significant sailing, power and steam driven vessels, ships and small boats while providing instruction as to their origins, construction, and original commercial and recreational purposes.

SPS Museum has wonderful offices for rent at bargain prices, the proceeds of which go for the museum, a "501 C", not for profit entity, and a "life of the lease" membership is yours with all the opportunities afforded.

We are open Spring, summer & Fall  from Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm, closed from Dec thru April. We do hold many special evening events throughout the year. Call at 207-701-7627 or 207-701-5050. Check our on line calendar at  www.sharpspointsouth.com/happenings or www.sailpowerandsteammuseum.org

 


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Museum to Host Final “Captains’ Quarters” of the ...

On Tuesday, March 15, Captains' Quarters (a virtual speaker series hosted by the Sail, Power, and Steam Museum) will close the season with a talk about A Morning In Maine, the 55' ketch that was recently donated to the Museum by Capt. Bob and Cathy Pratt. Attendance at this Zoom event is free, ...
Museum to Host Talk with Windjammer Cooks

On Tuesday, March 1, Captains' Quarters (a virtual speaker series hosted by the Sail, Power, and Steam Museum) will head to the heart of the windjammers that ply our Maine waters: The Galley. Up before the sun, stoking a wood stove, the smell of freshly baked bread in the air, the cooks of the ...
Museum to Host Talk about Tugs:  The Workhorses of ...

Captains' Quarters a virtual speaker series hosted by the Sail, Power, and Steam Museum will change focus from the windjammers of Penobscot Bay to the Tugboats that ply our coast and larger harbors. Beyond their quiet and picturesque presence in harbors such as Belfast and Portland, these ...
Museum Kicks Off New Year with Talk about Schooner ...

“Captains' Quarters: Stories of the Schooner Timberwind” will be hosted by the Sail, Power, and Steam Museum on Tuesday, February 1, at 6:30pm. The talk will take place utilizing the online portal, Zoom. Registration is required and available on the museum's website: www.sailpowersteammuseum.org ...
Museum Receives Gift of Local Vessel

The Sail, Power, and Steam Museum in Rockland, ME, recently received a generous and unexpected gift from Capt. Bob and Kathy Pratt: the Rockland daysailer, “A Morning In Maine”. Captain Pratt explained that as he looked to retirement, he wanted to identify a special steward for the vessel, one ...

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