San Diego Screening – Limited Seating
Date: Friday, April 7
Time: 7:00- 8:30pm
Location: Dana Middle School Auditorium
1775 Chatsworth Blvd, San Diego, CA 92106
MAP: Dana Middle School
To purchase Tickets:
$10 in advance (through March 30, 2017)
$15 at the door
Book now! Vanishing Sail Admission
While available, tickets may also be purchased in store at:
San Diego Marine Exchange – 2636 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, CA 92106
Downwind Marine -2804 Canon Street, San Diego, CA 92106
Seabreeze Nautical Books – 1254 Scott Street, San Diego, 92106
To check out the trailer, click here to visit Vanishingsail.com
The Story of a Caribbean Tradition
“A haunting, captivating story that will pull heart-strings and etch in the mind of the viewer.”
-Classic Boat Magazine
Celebrate and appreciate the art of wooden boat building and the passion of the West Indies seen through the eyes of family members to keep the tradition alive for another generation.
With hope and resources now in the wooden vessel, an aging devoted boat builder tries to complete the build of a beautiful yacht in time to race in the Antigua Classic Regatta.
Sponsored by the Maritime Museum of San Diego (MMSD), Ancient Mariners Sailing Society (AMSS) and San Diego Marine Exchange are proud to announce the San Diego Screening of this international, award-winning, and celebrated documentary film Vanishing Sail Friday, April 7, 2017.
Established in 1975, Ancient Mariners Sailing Society’s purpose is to preserve and promote interest in sail and power vessels of traditional and/or classic design.
The AMSS and the MMSD have been engaged in the preservation of maritime history in Southern California since their formation. Together, the organizations share a commitment to maintain, show and sail classic and historic vessels on a regular basis.
All proceeds to benefit the Maritime Museum of San Diego restoration of Butcher Boy.
The sailing yacht Butcher Boy of 1896, San Diego’s oldest yacht and oldest working watercraft, veteran of the first Lipton Cup Race and storied flagship of San Diego Yacht Club is one of the region’s most prized objects. The Maritime Museum of San Diego is preparing for a complete restoration of Butcher Boy to return her to sailing condition. The restoration will be undertaken as a public exhibition and educational project at the Museums former San Salvador build site at Spanish landing.