The Bridge; the command centre of any sea-worthy vessel.
Here, you are the captain; navigate your way to your chosen destination, or discover something new.
Choose from the options below to learn more about the knowledge and opportunities that await you in the field of nautical archaeology, and begin your journey to discovery.
Want to learn more about which Universities offer nautical archaeology modules and courses? Look no further!Read more
Keeping you updated with nautical events, conferences, field schools, courses and exhibitions from around the world, so you never need miss out!Read more
If you're looking for jobs, internships and funding opportunities in the field of nautical archaeology, you're in the right place.Read more
Members can obtain recognised NAS qualifications reflecting archaeological knowledge and skills. The NAS Foundation in Maritime Archaeology - the basis for future learning is achieved by completing two E-learning courses - Introduction to Maritime Archaeology and Underwater/Intertidal Archaeology, plus skills days - Recorder and Surveyor, Underwater or Foreshore.
Two further qualifications that members can progress through cover a wide range of interests. Find out more here...Read more
You can begin your archaeological training from the comfort of your own home with our eLearning Programme. There are three courses available and each is made up of a series of lessons which include images, videos and examples to demonstrate the information. Find out more here...Read more
The UK heritage agencies have supported the development of diver trails around the country to facilitate access to the country’s protected wrecks. The NAS has help establish four of the trails as well as three virtual dives that help non-divers experience the pleasure of exploring a historic wreck. Discover more about dive trails here...Read more
The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology is a forum for the exchange of ideas and research relevant to all aspects of nautical and maritime archaeology. Discover more about our journal here...Read more
Indulge your passion for nautical archaeology, and help us explore, preserve and record the world’s intertidal and underwater heritage for future generations. Discover more about us here...Read more
The NAS has developed a series of recording forms that may help with projects that you are undertaking. These forms can be printed on waterproof paper and mounted on survey boards for use underwater.Read more