New Zealand Maritime Heritage Links
Museum of Wellington, City and Sea. Wellington's museum, a restored heritage icon and journey through the Capital's past, present and future
New Zealand National Maritime Museum. The museum is situated at the heart of Auckland's downtown waterfront area.
Rangitoto Ship Graveyard. Wreck Bay and the adjacent coastline of Rangitoto Island is a graveyard for at least 13 ships that were dumped on the island between 1887 and 1947.
Australian Institute of Maritime Archaeology. The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology is an non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation of underwater cultural heritage, and promotion of maritime archaeology conducted in accordance with internationally accepted ethical standards.
Institute of Nautical Archaeology (USA). For over three decades INA researchers in association with the Nautical Archaeology Program
The Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia. One of the largest avocational, underwater archaeological organizations in Canada. For 25 years UASBC has been undertaking 99% of the underwater archaeology in BC.
National Maritime Museum. (United Kingdom). The National Maritime Museum (NMM) was formally opened to the public on 27 April 1937. It includes the 17th-century Queen's House and, from the 1950s, the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. There is also a small museum at Cotehele Quay on the Tamar, Cornwall, with the NMM/National Trust sailing barge 'Shamrock', and the 'Valhalla' ships' figurehead collection on Tresco, Isles of Scilly. The public galleries at Greenwich display a thematically arranged selection and the remainder are accessible for public interest and research in various ways. From December 2002 the majority of the NMM small-boat collection will be on display at the new National Maritime Museum, Cornwall, at Falmouth.
Western Australian Maritime Museum. The Western Australian Maritime Museum provides exhibitions on Shipwrecks discovered off the Western Australian coast and Western Australia's Maritime endeavors. We have 3 main sites in Fremantle that bring together Western Australia's Maritime heritage.
Databases and research etc..
A look at several of New Zealand's wrecks
Mystic Seaport Collection
Protected Objects Act & Antiquities Act 1975.
New Zealand Historic Places Trust, Pouhere Taonga
Dive New Zealand
The Wellington Dive Guide.
Dive New Zealand Magazine
Dive and Fishing Charters, Wellington Area
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Sites of interest
New Zealand Ship and Marine Society
The Pamir, it's time as a New Zealand
Professional Salvors Organisations on-line