A Visit to the Vasa, by Alex Denny

Alex Denny recently took part in the visit to the impressive Vasa Museum in Stockholm with the NAS, here he offers an insiders sneak peak into his experience of the trip.Read more

The S-to-Z of Ropes and Cordage

Long-time NAS member Nick Reed has a new-found knowledge of post-medieval rope and cordage after attending a recent NAS course on the subject, here, Nick shows us the ropes.Read more

Rescue Excavations Near Dreumel

You don’t have to dive deep to encounter remarkable archaeology under water. Here NAS member Peter Seinen reports on the rescue of a 7m-long punt in the floodplain of the River Meuse.Read more

Intensive NAS course in Mexico City

NAS tutor Dr Jorge M. Herrera ran a two-week NAS course at the National University (UNAM) in Mexico City. Learn more here!Read more

Underwater Heritage Protection

Australia enacted new legislation to protect the country’s underwater cultural heritage, replacing forty-year-old legislation. Danielle Wilkinson and Bob MacKintosh of Wessex Archaeology assess the new framework.Read more

Back to the Rooswijk

NAS membership was once more Duncan Ross’s gateway to hands-on involvement on a major underwater archaeological project.Read more

One for the Memoires

Here lifelong yachtsman and new diver Kees Post relates how an encounter with the NAS website turned a passion for the sea into a close encounter with some 2,000-year-old artefacts in Croatia — all in the space of 8 months.Read more

NAS Protected Wreck Day gives members a close encounter with two UK protected wrecks

The chance to dive two sites of historic significance was a dream come true for archaeology enthusiast and NAS member Duncan Ross.Read more

NAS Intern Dives Straight In

Intern, Persefoni Lesgidi, reflects on her part-time but activity-packed internship at NAS HQ.Read more