brief history

 

Nearly a century ago…

In 1927, a group of maritime leaders and professionals, like yourselves, gathered in New York to form an association committed to the enhancement and well-being of all interests of the maritime community on a national and international basis. They called themselves the Propeller Club of the United States

Today, there are …

over 100 Propeller Clubs around the world. They are dedicated to aggressively promoting the maritime industry worldwide through many of its programs and partnering with other similar organizations. They meet as an international body annually in ports around the world. Click here to see the National Propeller Club website.

 
 

To promote the interests of the maritime and marine industries;
To provide a forum for discussion; and
To promote public awareness. 

 
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We bring together the maritime community in its local port area to network and provide informative programs and social activities to its members. Local chapters in Tampa, Seattle, Baltimore, Houston, Piraeus, LA/Long Beach, New Orleans, and other ports are vibrant, visible organizations contributing tremendous value to its members.

THERE ARE MANY CHALLENGES …

facing our maritime community in the New York port area. For these reasons, and the sheer joy of gathering as a community, we have revived the New York chapter, now known as the Propeller Club Chapter, Port of New York and New Jersey, a part of the International Propeller Club of the United States. 

 
Midshipmen from U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and Cadets from SUNY - Maritime on board Carnival Sunrise for a luncheon on Sept. 22, 2019

Midshipmen from U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and Cadets from SUNY - Maritime on board Carnival Sunrise for a luncheon on Sept. 22, 2019

 

President: Capt. G. Justin Zizes, Jr.  
Webmaster:  Steve Strohmaier