The Maritime Museum is immersed in an authentic trip through the history of Lloret and its close links with the sea. This house is a witness present footprint of the Indians - who were to make their fortune in the Americas. In the golden period of the merchant navy, during the first half of the 19th century, the town was vibrant with the Caribbean aromas of products such as cigars, cocoa, rum or noble woods like mahogany, which the indianos used to decorate their houses. During the second half of the 19th century, in about 1860-70, this new prosperity fell into decadence. The inventions that came with the new century, in particular the steamboat, lead to the disappearance of the ancestral tradition of sailing in Lloret.