All meetings take place on the third Saturday of each month at 9:30am aboard the ferryboat Eureka at Hyde Street Pier inside the San Francisco National Maritime Historic Park.
If the gates are closed when you arrive, simply open and enter (close it behind you please!) and if anyone asks, just let them know you’re there for the ship model meeting.
Hours & Info(415) 447-5000Park Hours: Daily 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Model Shop: Most Saturday mornings
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This year, the Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights club didn’t have the usual annual BBQ due to schedule conflict among members. We put it off a couple times, and next thing you know, the weather isn’t good for it. So, … Continue reading
Today was supposed to be the regularly scheduled meeting of the Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights. However, due to injuries and other issues among several members, we decided it best to postpone the meeting for one week. That puts the … Continue reading
Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights has achieved international recognition! We’re now listed on the Overseas Modeling Clubs page of the website of the Japanese ship modeling society, The Rope. We are one of 5 organizations listed, along with the NRG, … Continue reading
Finally got around to posting some photos from this year’s club sail aboard the historic scow schooner Alma. This event took place on Thursday, August 3, 2017.
If you take a look in the Model Gallery, you will notice a number of additions. Check out the Dragoon and the Dorade, both by Paul Reck. But, there are a lot of other interesting models by the membership to … Continue reading
On Thursday, March 2nd, members of the Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights got an opportunity to tour the facility where all the big stuff belonging to the San Francisco Maritime National Park are stored. The trip was set up and … Continue reading
The next meeting of the Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights is coming up quickly, Saturday, February 18th aboard the ferryboat Eureka. Naturally, the sunny weather we’ve been enjoying in the San Francisco Bay area is coming to an end, and … Continue reading