Press Releases and Press Coverage
08 June 2014 - Plymouth
Announcing the launch of the A7 Project, an investigation of HM Submarine A7 lost off Plymouth by the SHIPS Project team.
26 May 2014 - The Herald
26 May 2014 - Plymouth
This week the SHIPS Project team will be investigating a large wall feature on the bottom of Jennycliff Bay in Plymouth Sound, to see if it is man made.
10 March 2014 - Plymouth
The wreck that has appeared on Whitsand beach has been identified as the Daisy by the SHIPS Project team.
29 November 2013 - Plymouth
The wreck of the Royal Navy frigate HMS Amethyst that sank in 1811 has been found in Plymouth Sound by the SHIPS Project team.
13 September 2013 - Plymouth
Plymouth Sound has one of the highest number of shipwrecks in the country. Hundreds of vessels have come to a watery end beneath the waves off the city's coastline. Now a project is underway to compile a database of all the known wrecks and the locations of the ones that have been discovered so far. Jenny Walrond reports.
5 June 2012 - Plymouth
On Saturday 7th July there will be a meeting held by the SWMHS about maritime archaeology
31 May 2012 - The Herald
Long lost treasures and historical artefacts are being discovered in Plymouth Sound...
29 March 2012 - Plymouth
SHIPS are first to use the new ultra-high resolution 700 kHz Sonic 2024 multibeam sonar from R2Sonic
26 July 2011 - Plymouth
Aquanauts Archaeology and Conservation Group teams up with ProMare and the SHIPS Project
12 October 2010 - Plymouth
The SHIPS Project has been adopted by a US non-profit research organisation called ProMare
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