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Raymond E. Ashley

President and Chief Executive Officer

San Diego Maritime Museum

HQ Phone:  (619) 234-9153

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San Diego Maritime Museum

1492 N. Harbor Drive

San Diego, California,92101

United States

Company Description

The San Diego Maritime Museum: Restoring, Maintaining, and Operating Historic Vessels ... more

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Tall Ships America: Board of Directors: Ashley

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Ray Ashley
Raymond Ashley Dr. Ray Ashley is Executive Director and Curator of Ships for the San Diego Maritime Museum. Growing up in San Diego, he became director of the San Diego Maritime Museum in 1995, and in the time since has been fortunate to oversee a phenomenal period of growth in that institution. He holds a BA in Anthropology from UCSD, an MA in Maritime History and Museum Studies from East Carolina University, and a PhD in History from Duke University, specializing in the history of science, technology and medicine. He teaches university courses in maritime history, underwater archeology, and museum studies for UCSD and USD. He has published papers in American Neptune and a number of other professional journals, is an author for the American Maritime History Project, and writes a quarterly column for the Maritime Museum's peer reviewed journal Mains'l Haul. Dr. Ashley has been sailing for most of his life. Since spending his senior year in high school at sea in the oceanographic research schooner Westward he has sailed tens of thousands of miles across oceans in vessels ranging from 25' sloops to big square riggers. Before joining the museum he supervised the construction, restoration, and rigging of several large vessels and taught classroom and underway courses in sailing, navigation, and seamanship. He is a licensed captain for sail, steam and auxiliary vessels of 200 tons domestic (500 tons international) registry, is the Star of India's navigator and sails as relief captain for the other vessels of the Museum's active fleet including the State tallship Californian, steam yacht Medea, and Pilot. Dr. Ashley is a member of many civic and professional organizations and serves on the Board of the Council of American Maritime Museums, Sea Education Association, North American Society for Oceanic History, Tall Ships America, Cabrillo Festival, and the San Diego Port Tenants Association. Dr. Ashley is also a museums specialist consultant for Northwest Seaport in Seattle, a consultant on ship preservation and interpretation for the National Park Service, and in early 2006 was appointed to First Lady Laura Bush's Preserve America Summit. He lives in Chula Vista with his wife Carlynn (with whom he sailed a 25' boat through the South Pacific) and daughters Brienne and Neva.


Tall Ships America: Board of Directors: Ashley

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Dr. Raymond Ashley
Tall Ships America: Board of Directors: Ashley Ray Ashley Raymond Ashley Dr. Ray Ashley is Executive Director and Curator of Ships for the San Diego Maritime Museum. Growing up in San Diego, he became director of the San Diego Maritime Museum in 1995, and in the time since has been fortunate to oversee a phenomenal period of growth in that institution. He holds a BA in Anthropology from UCSD, an MA in Maritime History and Museum Studies from East Carolina University, and a PhD in History from Duke University, specializing in the history of science, technology and medicine. He teaches university courses in maritime history, underwater archeology, and museum studies for UCSD and USD. He has published papers in American Neptune and a number of other professional journals, is an author for the American Maritime History Project, and writes a quarterly column for the Maritime Museum's peer reviewed journal Mains'l Haul. Dr. Ashley has been sailing for most of his life. Since spending his senior year in high school at sea in the oceanographic research schooner Westward he has sailed tens of thousands of miles across oceans in vessels ranging from 25' sloops to big square riggers. Before joining the museum he supervised the construction, restoration, and rigging of several large vessels and taught classroom and underway courses in sailing, navigation, and seamanship. He is a licensed captain for sail, steam and auxiliary vessels of 200 tons domestic (500 tons international) registry, is the Star of India's navigator and sails as relief captain for the other vessels of the Museum's active fleet including the State tallship Californian, steam yacht Medea, and Pilot. Dr. Ashley is a member of many civic and professional organizations and serves on the Board of the Council of American Maritime Museums, Sea Education Association, North American Society for Oceanic History, Tall Ships America, Cabrillo Festival, and the San Diego Port Tenants Association. Dr. Ashley is also a museums specialist consultant for Northwest Seaport in Seattle, a consultant on ship preservation and interpretation for the National Park Service, and in early 2006 was appointed to First Lady Laura Bush's Preserve America Summit. He lives in Chula Vista with his wife Carlynn (with whom he sailed a 25' boat through the South Pacific) and daughters Brienne and Neva.


SDARI - Newsletter Vol 7 Number 2 - From the Editor

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In January, Dr. Ray Ashley of the San Diego Maritime Museum spoke on the partnership between scientific discovery and the developing culture of mercantilism and exploration in Europe.


El Camino Real de las Californias - California Missions Foundation

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Keynote speaker for the El Camino Real de las Californias gathering was Dr. Ray Ashley, executive director of the San Diego Maritime Museum, who spoke about the significance of the maritime corridor as a parallel and simultaneous Camino for both Californias.
Dr. Ray Ashley addresses attendees aboard the San Salvador during the ECR reception. Dr. Ray Ashley addresses attendees aboard the San Salvador during the ECR reception. "As many historians are aware, more often than not California was depicted as an island completely detached from the rest of continental North America in maps from the beginning of the seventeenth century until well into the eighteenth century," said Dr. Ray Ashley, president and CEO of the San Diego Maritime Museum.


Who We Are | The Maritime Alliance Foundation

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Ray Ashley
President, Maritime Museum of San Diego


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