Welcome - Neville Oldham & Steve Clarkson

Web Overview

Our website has been created as a source of information relating to Marine Archaeology, Shipwrecks, Maritime Stories, Pirates and Treasure. It contains information on shipwrecks we have dived as well as maritime stories looking at the mysteries of what happened to these ships and their crew. Also included is the latest news from around the world including shipwrecks, marine archaeology and treasure hunters.

Latest News November / December 2014

Steve, Neville and the team go to Buckingham Palace to receive the BSAC Jubilee Trust Duke of Edinburgh Prize (Gold Medal) for their "Bigbury Bay Archaeology project. gold medal

From left to right - Paul Fiander, Bernard Hinton, Alec Jacobs, Richard Knights, Prince Philip, Dave Parham, Mike Turner, Steve Clarkson & Neville Oldham. (Includes members of Reading BSAC & Totnes BSAC)

Graf Spee's eagle rises from deep

Divers have salvaged a 2m (6ft) bronze imperial eagle from the German World War II battleship Graf Spee that was scuttled in the River Plate.

     Read more at the BBC

Steve & Neville publish two new booklets  - Click here or select "Books" tab.

HMS Victory 1744 shipwreck: Artefacts to be recovered

 Read more here at the BBC News Guernsey



Greek shipwreck off Italy yields ancient finds  (BBC news)

Christopher Columbus flagship "Santa Maria" found.
Max Clifford stopped from excavating by UNESCO

Read more in Haiti Libre

Franklin search: Canada confirms ship as HMS Erebus

     Read more at the BBC