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The NAS offers many different opportunities for you to get involved with the maritime heritage that surrounds us. From providing you with the skills to join a project or carry out a project of your own, to volunteering and conferences where you can hear speakers from around the world discussing the latest discoveries and innovations in maritime archaeology, to publishing in a world renowned journal there are many options to get involved.

Whether you have a passion for the subject, work in maritime archaeology or are just interested in finding out a little bit more there is something for everyone and age is no boundary. 

Remember, discovery is just the beginning...

Follow the links below, explore our website or contact us at the NAS Office to find out how you can get involved today.

Education - Learn more about maritime archaeology, what to expect from maritime sites, how to record them and get more involved in archaeological projects.

PADI Wreck Detective - A PADI disctinctive speciality written by the NAS for divers to understand and explore wrecks further.

International partners - Not based in the UK? The take a look at the NAS' International Partners around the world and contact one closer to you to see how you can get started with maritime archaeology.

Diver trails - Explore some of the UK's wreck sites through a diver trail, such as the Holland No. 5 submarine, A1 submarine, the Normans Bay Wreck Diver Trail, or the Duart Point Wreck in Scotland

Dive protected wrecks – Join the NAS to visit two of the UKs protected wreck sites in one day. We currently offer two trips, One to visit the Holland 5 submarine and the Norman’s Bay Wreck and the other to visit the A1 submarine and HMS Invincible. 

Adopt a Wreck – Start a project of your own, either as an individual or a group, work to record and research a site that you love to visit or a new discovery.

Projects – Find out about NAS projects, both in the UK and around the World. 

Volunteering – There are many ways that volunteering your time can help the NAS, contact us to find out more.

NASAC - The Nautical Archaeology Sub-Aqua Club is designed to get NAS members out there recording our maritime heritage. 

Conferences – The NAS hosts an Annual Conference in November each year and can be found attending or speaking at many archaeological conferences around the World.

Talks - Interested in hearing about what we do? Have a club, society or group that needs presenters for evening or daytime talks and sessions - we can help.

Childrens activities - If you are a teacher or group leader of a YAC, Scout/Guide group and you would like a session on maritime archaeology contact the NAS to find out what we can offer.

Volunteering - With the Society can take on various forms, if you would like to volunteer for us please contact us.