NAS projects offer the chance to get more involved in maritime archaeology and to put into practice those skills learnt on NAS training courses. They also offer a great opportunity to collect credits as part of the Education Programme as well as offering the chance to have fun, meet some new people and visit new places.
In recent years NAS has run a wide variety of projects, on the foreshore, underwater, focusing on areas or on individual sites such as the protected wreck sites of the Anne and Amsterdam, Norman's Bay Wreck and the Holland 5 Submarine. In the summer of 2017 we helped on the Rooswijk1740 Project on the Goodwin Sands and in Ramsgate. During 2018 and 2019 we are a partner in the Commemorating the Forgotten U-boat War around the Welsh Coast, 1914-18 Project with the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales and Bangor University.
Many of the projects have been run in the UK but we have also worked with training partners and collaborators overseas for projects such as at Dor in Isreal or on HMS Swift in Argentina.
For more information on NAS projects please take a look at our Current projects page to get an insight into the different projects, their objectives and their outcomes.
If you are involved in, or organising a project that you would like to invite NAS members to attend please contact us in order to discuss this further.