We have an international membership from countries such as Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Sweden, United Kingdom and the United States. In all, we have about 400 members and they receive a free quarterly publication called Cook's Log. Each issue contains articles on many aspects of James Cook's Life and those associated with him.
Membership is open to anyone interested in Captain James Cook, whether professionally or as a hobby. Your interests might be in animals, astronomy, birds, books, botany, coins, discovery, engravings, ethnography, exploration, family history, journals, magazines, medals, navigation, ships, stamps, wills, or zoology. You'll find that Cook's Log covers all these subjects and more!
The answers to many Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found by clicking here.
The Society was formed in 1975 as the Captain Cook Study Unit and changed its name to the Captain Cook Society in 2001. The first officers lived in the USA and Australia. Currently, all four officers live in the UK. There is also an Australian branch with additional officers and an additional journal called Endeavour Lines. Members in Canada, Germany and New Zealand also hold meetings from time to time.
Click here to read news about our future and past meetings, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand and UK in 2015.
A talk about the science of Cook on 24 May
A talk about Cook, Napolean and the island of St Helena on 20 May
A talk about Cook and Australian Aboriginal Life and Legends on 13 May
A talk about Captain Cook’s Ice Excursions on 6 May
Symposium on 18th century life along the River Thames on 7 May 2016
It has come to our attention that spam mailers (senders of bulk unsolicited e-mail) have been forging their mail with this domain as the point of origin. As a matter of policy, we do not send out e-mail from our domain name. If you have received an email that appears to be from "@CaptainCookSociety.com" it was forged and sent without our consent, knowledge, or the use of our servers.
1755 - 1757
1772 - 1779