The Propeller Club of Houston

The Propeller Club was conceived in 1922 as an ever-growing group of maritime professionals met informally each day over lunch to discuss issues of the industry

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Our goal is to educate legislators and the public as to the importance and necessity of all waterborne commerce.

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You can help lots of people by joining. See Our Causes

Maritime Colleges & Academies

The Maritime Industry cannot move forward without our effort by supporting the Maritime Colleges & Academies by providing guidance and scholarships to students. It is our mission to bring the industries to the Maritime world and form a One Ocean network.

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Moving Products & Goods

Ship owners, Ship agents, Ship Management companies, etc. perform well when properly supported by the Service companies who are a part of the Propeller Club organization and are always trying to improve quality, Safety, being cost effective and still providing added value.

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You can help

The Houston Area is vast and expanding with Maritime support to Renewable Energy, Petro-chemical and Oil & Gas industries. It takes organizations like the Propeller Club of Houston, its partners, its sponsors & members to maintain interest for the next generation of Mariners!

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Become a Member

Memberships open to all friends of the Maritime trade. If you are interested in supporting great causes and want to mingle with great folks please click the link below and join us.  

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Our Members say Read Below

"With a great future in Houston the Propeller Club has the greatest people to create the best and most fun events from Clay Shoots, Golf outings , Shrimp Boils, dinners & lunches to bring the Network together!”"

Gerald Hart

"It’s good to build an organization in a growing industry that doesn’t have many business cycles, seems there is always positive growth."

John Whites

"having been involved with the Galveston Propeller Club for years but live in Houston its great to be a part of the organization and play an important role for the group."

Paul Opperman