MADU Book Double Special Offer


Save money by buying both MADU books - the Illustrated Glossary of Wooden Ship and Boat Terminology (2020) and An Introduction to Running Maritime Archaeological Projects (2021). Read more

Introduction to Running Maritime Archaeological Projects


This 116-page paperback has been self-published by the Malvern Archaeological Diving Unit, and is printed on demand. The book has evolved out of the course NAS Senior Tutor, Ian Cundy from MADU teaches for the NAS on "Running Maritime Archaeological Projects". Full colour with over 120 photographs and illustrations. Read more

Turtle: David Bushnell's Revolutionary Vessel


Turtle: David Bushnell's Revolutionary Vessel, by Roy R. Manstan Read more

A Shipyard at War


A Shipyard at War: Unseen Photographs from John Brown's, Clydebank 1914 - 1918. Hardcover Read more

Arthur Mack: Old Man of the Sea


Discover the story of Arthur Mack, from illiterate mudlark to respected amateur archaeologist. This book is the fascinating saga of Arthur’s life, his archaeological adventures, and the Invincible exploration Read more

Illustrated Glossary of Boat and Ship Terms


An illustrated paperback version of the notes handed out to accompany "Wooden Ship & Boat Construction" courses. Contains 100 pages with over 650 entries and 100 accompanying photographs. Written by NAS Tutor Ian Cundy. Read more

Claimed by the Sea


First discovered by sport divers in the 1970s, the two remarkable seabed finds of prehistoric bronze metalwork described here quickly became a testing ground for the new discipline of underwater archaeology, initially under the leadership of the pioneering maritime archaeologist Keith Muckelroy. Read more

WW1 Channel Wrecks


Neil Maw has provided a detailed history of the sinking of every single ship, from the smallest trawler to the largest battleship. Read more

Traditional Watercraft from South and West Sri Lanka Monograph


The second of the NAS monograph series is a record by Gerhard Kapitän in pictures and scale drawings of the fast disappearing traditional watercraft of Sri Lanka. Read more

Sound of Mull Archaeological Project Monograph


PRINT ON DEMAND: The Sound of Mull Archaeological Project (SOMAP) was carried out between 1994 and 2005 to map and assess the condition of a wide range of underwater and intertidal wrecks and coastal structures in the Sound of Mull, on Scotland's north-west coast. First published 2007 Read more

Gresham Ship Project Monograph Volume 2


PRINT ON DEMAND: The second Gresham Ship Project volume describes the research undertaken at University College London on the wider maritime context, the conservation process and the analysis of the contents recovered from the wreck site. First published in 2014 Read more

Underwater Archaeology NAS Guide - Hardback


The second edition of the NAS handbook “Underwater Archaeology: The NAS Guide to Principles and Practice” outlines the principles and provides practical guidance for undertaking underwater archaeological work responsibly. Read more