Model ship with string masts. Made by George Bamberger, former MLB pitcher and manager for the Milwaukee Brewers and New York Mets. Inducted into the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame for his work as pitching coach from 1968 to 1977. Regarded as one of the best pitching coaches in the league during his tenure. This ship is 14.5 inches from bow to stern. 16 inches from top to bottom. $165 This particular ship wheel came from a windjammer, a large sailing ship built to carry bulk cargo for long distances in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The ship this was salvaged from sailed out of England and went all the way to Chile to pick up bat poop (guano) for fertilizer. We promise the wheel does not smell like it anymore. 4-foot long Mahi-Mahi caught in the Pacific Ocean. Its beautiful aquatic blue-green color makes it a valuable edition to any nautical setting. Driftwood carved into the shape of an Angelfish. All driftwood in store is verified as such. $195 These starfish and sand-dollars are placed up barn-wood from Greeneville, Tennessee, also known as the home of Davy Crockett. Crockett was born very close to what is now the modern-day town of Greeneville. Ship wheel recovered from a boathouse in South America. Dated to the late 1800s and early 1900s. A replica sponge diver helmet made of bronze. In the land of Tarpon Springs, you can hardly avoid the rich history in every part of the town. Local fish buoys. We have ones made of Styrofoam, metal, and wood. Some have barnacles and other indications of their seafaring life. $5 for each individual buoy. Vintage fishing net, salvaged locally. Reproduction boat bumpers, made of patterned rope. Bumpers are hung from the sides of boats to prevent minor scratches and nicks that might come with the docking process. Great pieces for décor with a pleasing appearance. Antique hemp rope. Known for its durability and overall strength, hemp rope became a favorite of fishing vessels for thousands of years. Navigation panel from a boat that has since been sold and refurbished. Now you have the opportunity to do the same with this piece of décor! Model ship with string masts. Made by George Bamberger, former MLB pitcher and manager for the Milwaukee Brewers and New York Mets. Inducted into the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame for his work as pitching coach from 1968 to 1977. Regarded as one of the best pitching coaches in the league during his tenure. This ship is 26 inches from bow to stern. 27.5 inches from top to bottom. $225 Port holes made of aluminum and bowed glass. Hand blown glass floaters from Japan. Used to keep fishing nets afloat. Hundreds break off every year and make their way to the west coast of the United States.