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The HWTMA are using new techniques to make the rich maritime heritage of the Isle of Wight more accessible to the public. You can now learn about wrecksites around the West Wight coast on your mobile phone - or use the interactive map and podcasts at the Sunkens Secrets
Come and find out all about our work with a ship full of interesting and interactive exhibits and gadgets
This report records the events that led to the discovery of this internationally important site, the methods used to recover the material, and the detailed assessment of the archaeological artefacts.
HWTMA's HLF-funded Maritime Bus left Southampton this morning bound for Calais for the first leg of the two-week European Road Trip.
The lastest news from Solent Forum have been published, featured are two articles about HWTMA
Check out the latest animation made by Brighstone Brownies about our sunken heritage
Next week HWTMA staff and volunteers will be joining the VIOE maritime archaeology team for four days of survey on HMS Wakeful from 12th to 15th July 2011.
HWTMA's Julie Satchell was delighted to receive HWTMA's award from Plácido Domingo at the annual Europa Nostra award ceremony in Amsterdam on 10th June.
Come and see HWTMA's Maritime Bus outside the Royal Festival Hall at the Southbank Centre today (Tuesday 7th June).