Who We Are

Colonial Seaport Foundation is an educational charitable organization (501c3) focused on preserving facets of America’s colonial (17th-18th Century) maritime heritage by providing historically accurate living history presentations and education to the public.

From a geographic perspective, the primary focus of CSF's efforts will normally be within the Middle Atlantic States.

From living history encampments and presentations to classroom instruction and on-the-water experience, click below to take a look at Our What We Do Page and see what all we can do for you.

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The Luna Project

We look forward to offering new educational programs on shore and aboard a replica 18th Century coastal trading sloop, which we're currently rebuilding from a bare hull. Curriculum is being created for pier side education, classroom lectures and possibly underway field trips. Construction, itself, is a fantastic educational opportunity for training on ship building and rigging.
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CSF is registered 501c3 nonprofit organization. All donations are nonrefundable and tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law

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Our Staff
John Collamore IV

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John Collamore III

Vice President / Shipwright
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JP Jordaans

Sea Scout Liaison
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Roger Collins

Education Director
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Capt. Tom Ivy

Luna’s Lead Captain

Michelle Murillo

Website Designer/ Media Consultant

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