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Hello and welcome to Nautical Antiques & Tropical Decor, the premier supplier of Nautical Antiques. We have been in business for over 17 years and we carry Ship Salvage that includes Bells, Binnacles, Buoys, Compasses, Code and Courtesy Flags, Old...more
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2202 Ship Mechanic Row, Galveston, Galveston Island, TX 77550-1502
This is probably one of the most interesting antique stores I’ve ever been in. I love anything to do with the sea, ships, pirates etc. This antique store has so many nautical goodies, old and new. This is the place to go if you like...More
I love this store! I’ve been stopping by here for several years when in Galveston and always have a good time looking around the store. The variety of nautical antiques is interesting and the displays are well curated. From maps, ship lighting, oars, buoys, wood...More
This place has everything you can think off that is boat related. Boat parts, lights, fun nautical items even used navigating maps from all over the world. I love to wander through the shop and see what is new. If you have a fancy for...More
As an avid antique pond boat collector/restorer, I really like going to this establishment. The "pieces of the past" from dismantled sailing vessels and ships is a sight to see, and it can be yours for a reasonable price--not cheap, but reasonable. To be able...More
We stumbled into this place completely by accident. Walking thru and looking at all of the things inside was so interesting. We are looking to build and definitely see possibilities with some of the treasures in this place. It is almost like a museum.
Such a cool shop - items salvaged from boats and ships from around the world are interesting and so fun to look at. Something for everyone here! If decorating a house by the sea, this is a MUST stop shop. Proprietors are friendly and helpful.
Generally it seems like they sell is salvaged bits and pieces from decommissioned ships. You really need to check their website to see all the cool stuff they have. We bought some cast brass light fixtures from a ship that were massive, had a fresnel...More
This is a fun place to look at and have the opportunity to purchase pieces of history from boats. Including flags from all countries to doors with port holes to anitque diving suit or diving boots.
Just excellent to browse.
Staff was VERY friendly!!! Answered...More