Gundalow Company

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About Us

Programs held throughout the tidal towns of the Piscataqua. Connect our maritime history with contemporary coastal issues such as water quality, habitat restoration, conservation, and stewardship.

Welcome aboard!
Sail on the Piscataqua, a traditional reproduction of the flat-bottom gundalow barges that were once prevalent along local waterways. Fun and informative, a sail is a great way to explore sights and sounds of Portsmouth, NH and Kittery, ME while sailing on the Piscataqua River. The Gundalow Company is nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to protecting our region's maritime heritage and environment through education and action.

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Gundalow with Portsmouth Light and Fort Constitution by Ralph Morang
Gundalow by Portsmouth Naval Ship Yard by Ralph Morang
Gundalow on Great by by Ralph Morang
Thursday Night Music Cruise on the Gundalow by Ralph Morang
ENjoying the View on a Public Sail
Kids Sail Free on Saturday Mornings
Education Programs aboard the Gundalow
Anyone can participate

Events

Gundalow Concert Series w/ Sidewalk and Steelqueen
  • Concert Series with Sidewalk & Steelqueen, with original and traditional roots, seafaring and Celtic music.
  • Sunday Jul 25, 2021
Gundalow Company Speaker Series w/ Kevin Galeaz of the Thresher Memorial - The Loss and Legacy of the U.S.S. Thresher
  • Speaker Series with Kevin Galeaz, Thresher Memorial, discussing the 1963 U.S.S. Thresher disaster.
  • Tuesday Jul 27, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Green Heron
Gundalow Concert Series w/ OneBrickShy
Gundalow Speaker Series w/ Gary Hildreth, U.S. Navy Public Affairs - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard's History: A Submariner's Perspective
  • Speaker Series with Gary Hildreth, USN Public Affairs, discussing the Navy Shipyard and his role as a submariner.
  • Tuesday Aug 3, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ The Short Brothers
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Great Bay Sailor
  • Concert Series with Great Bay Sailor, a band who plays Maritime & mixed heritage folk music
  • Sunday Aug 8, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Cindy Duchin
  • Concert Series with Cindy Duchin, who plays Americana, Country and original Folk music for all ages
  • Thursday Aug 12, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Oran Mor
Gundalow Speaker Series w/ Lou Ferland, Retired Police Chief - Adventures Along the Piscataqua
  • Speaker Series with Lou Ferland, Retired Police Chief, discussing the criminal past of the Puddle Dock and Piscataqua region.
  • Tuesday Aug 17, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Drowned Valley
  • Concert Series w/ Drowned Valley, a band playing an eclectic mix of bluegrass, folk, old-time, and harmonious gospel music.
  • Sunday Aug 22, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Truffle Duo
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Penhallow
Gundalow Speaker Series w/ Carol White, Fort Stark Visitor Center - Did a German Mini Sub Try to Penetrate Portsmouth Harbor in WWII?
  • Speaker series with Carol White, Fort Stark Visitor Center, talking about German sub espionage around Portsmouth Harbor
  • Tuesday Aug 31, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ Drowned Valley
  • Concert Series with Drowned Valley, a band playing bluegrass, folk, old-time and harmonious gospel music.
  • Thursday Sep 2, 2021
Gundalow Concert Series w/ OldHat Stringband
  • Last Concert Series with OldHat Stringband, playing bluegrass, folk, old-time and country music.
  • Sunday Sep 5, 2021
Gundalow Speaker Series w/ Kevin Wade Mitchel, Historical Roleplayer - Meet Jack Stains, a "Black Jack" in Historic Old Portsmouth: A Living History Reenanctment
  • Speakers series with local actor Kevin Wade Mitchell, who will provide a first person reenactment of Jack Stains, a ''black jack'' of Portsmouth's naval past.
  • Tuesday Sep 7, 2021
Gundalow Speaker Series w/ Patricia Wall, Local Author of "Lives of Consequence: Blacks in Early Kittery & Berwick in the Massachusetts Province of Maine"
  • Speaker series with Patrica Wall, local author, discussing her book ''Lives of Consequence'' about blacks in Seacoast History.
  • Tuesday Sep 14, 2021