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Club of 100

Since 1998 the Maritime Museum in Scharloo, with its extensive collection is a household name in Curacao. The museum tells the story of the more than 500 years of Curaçao history.

Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, the number of visitors has declined drastically and with it, the income for the museum. The museum is not subsidized by the government.

Because of its important for the local and international visitors to continue to discover the history of Curaçao, the Maritime Museum decided to create a Club of 100.

The purpose of the Club of 100 is to financially support the Curaçao Maritime Museum. Your support helps sustain the Museum’s extraordinary collection, conservation, and research, enabling visitors to experience the history.

How can you support us?

By donating NAfl 100,-

Banco di Caribe
Bank account: 17678701
Big/swift: BDCCCWCU
​Bank address: Schottegatweg 205, Curacao
In the name of: Curacao Maritiem museum
Museum Address: N. v/d Brandhofstraat 1

Your transfer will be rewarded with the visibility of your name in the museum as donor of the Club of 100. (If you want to be mentioned under a different name or dedicate your donation in honor or memory of someone, you can add it to your transfer in the comments.)

The Admiralty Club serves the same purpose and is intended for companies (or people) who care about the Museum and want to support with an higher amount.

You can donate NAfl 250,- on behalf of yourself, in honor or memory of someone, or a company

Banco di Caribe
Bank account:
 17678701
Big/swift: BDCCCWCU
​Bank address: Schottegatweg 205, Curacao
In the name of: Curacao Maritiem museum
Museum Address: N. v/d Brandhofstraat 1

 

Donate an object to the Museum


The Curacao Maritime Museum is very grateful to those who donate objects to its collection. 

The Curacao Maritime Museum is obliged to make sure that every acquisition is in line with its policy, and that we have the resources to conserve and store donated objects appropriately. If the Museum cannot accommodate your gift, it may be able to suggest an alternative recipient.

Donation Steam Ship theme


On May 18th 2013 the museum was pleased to receive Mr. Ton Blanker from Zeist, The Netherlands who donated the museum a nice collection of Steam Ship and Steam Line related objects, like pictures, tiles, buttons and object used on ships.

We are very grateful to Mr. Blanker for donating a part of his collection to the Curacao Maritime Museum and we will make sure it gets the attention it needs.