A one day course introducing nautical archaeology and the NAS. The day includes a mix of theory and practical sessions.
A two day course building on the knowledge and skills learnt during the NAS Introduction course, including theory and practical sessions.
A chance to have a go at designing and completing a location survey and a condition assessment survey on a site using an ROV with this 2 day course.
Why are cordage, ropes and rigging important and how can we go about recording it? This 2 day course will answer these questions and more.
An introduction to the basics of archaeological illustration.
A closer look at the naval weapons and their development in the run up to the First World War, including a chance to view some of the reserve collections and a demonstration firing of the Hotchkiss
Have a go at flying a quadcopter and using the results to help create a virtual reality Fort Cumberland. This 2 day course will look at how this exciting technology has applications for maritime h
In pairs or small groups you will be collect materials and build a coracle (basket boat), then put your building skills to the test by trying your coracle on the water.
From human and animal bones to plant remains and pollen, biological remains can provide information on past environments, economies, health and diet.
Participants must have attended the NAS Part 3 Course in marine geophysics or be able to demonstrate relevant, recent experience.
If you find the thought of using the National Archives daunting, or if you have tried to find documents with no success, this is the course for you.
M33 is a survivor of Gallipoli and is one of only two significant British warships to have survived from the First World War.
Dates – 7th March and 14th-15th March 2014
Price – £195
Dates – 9th – 10th April 2015
Price – £70
Dates: 16th - 19th April 2015