Naval Dockyards Society 26th Annual Conference

February 2022

Dockyards as nodes of naval architecture, maritime traditions and cultural heritage  National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth 9-11 June 2022   Keynote speakers Sir Neil Cossons OBE FSA, Professor Andrew Lambert FKC & Dr Antony Firth MClfA Yes! a ‘proper conference’ in the National Museum of the Royal Navy Action Stations Auditorium, Boathouse No.6, Portsmouth […] Read More

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Royal Navy Ship Loss Database Launched

January 2022

A database cataloguing every one of the 5,100 Royal Navy vessel lost in naval service since 1512 is now available to the public. The database has been created by the Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust. First created by the Trust in 2011, the list was originally intended to help conservation and legal experts protect Royal Navy […] Read More

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Launch of the Save the London Campaign

July 2019

The London is a ‘second-rate’ ship from Cromwell’s era, and is identified in Samuel Pepys Diary as part of the fleet that brought Charles II back to England in the 17th Century. Despite her historical significance, her remains are currently lying just off the shipping channel in the River Thames, where the strong tides and […] Read More

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Call for Papers: 7th In­ter­na­tional Con­gress for Un­der­wa­ter Ar­chae­ology

June 2019

Call for pa­pers Here is the link for the abstract submission module of the 7th In­ter­na­tional Con­gress for Un­der­wa­ter Ar­chae­ology IKUWA7, which will be held in Helsinki, Finland 2.-5th of June 2020. Call for papers will be open 1.4.2019 – 28.8.2019 Abstracts for papers and posters may only be submitted online via the submission form. […] Read More

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Call for Papers: Nautical Archaeology Society Conference 2019

May 2019

Wooden Wall and Stone Bastions: Ship and Ordnance Remains on Land and Under the Sea The Nautical Archaeology Society and the Ordnance Society are excited to be co-hosting a two-day conference examining how ship and ordnance remains found on land and under the sea help our understanding of our maritime past. The Conference is to […] Read More

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Webinar: Is My Ship A Wreck? Video

May 2019

The second live webinar from the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, “Is my Ship a Wreck”, has now been posted online by the Nautical Archaeology Society. Read More

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