The Alderney Elizabethan Wreck
Believed to be the ship mentioned in a letter to Lord Burghley in 1592 during the wars with Spain and the only ship from this period to be found and excavated in British waters. Historical context, artefacts, recent discoveries and the season's reports.
The Centre for Maritime Archaeology
Provides a focus for maritime archaeological research at the University of Southampton. Includes details of courses, facilities, and a guide to current projects.
Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS)
Formed to further interest in and preserve the UK's archaeological heritage in the marine environment; includes information about their projects, conferences, events and publications, with details of their dive club.
ScapaMAP (Scapa Flow Marine Archaeology Project)
A multi-disciplinary international project to document the unique marine archeological area in the waters of Scapa Flow; includes a history, maps and profiles of the wrecks, and archaeological reports.
The Scottish Crannog Centre
A visitor and educational centre built around a reconstruction by the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (STUA) of a crannog on Loch Tay; includes information about their exhibitions, events, research, and training.
South West Maritime Archaeological Group
A team of divers exploring the marine archaeology of the south west, in particular the Salcombe Cannon and the Lord Napier sites. Includes a guide to their projects and findings, withe newsletters and contacts.