Diving | Archaeology

At last – the Warwick Excavation blog is up and running! Veronica and I are in beautiful Bermuda helping to uncover and document the sunken English galleon Warwick. For the next two months we will be blogging live from the project at https://warwick1619.wordpress.com/

Warwick sank in Castle Harbour, Bermuda almost 400 years ago. The galleon collided with the reefs during a fierce hurricane in 1916.  We have joined a team of archaeologists from around the world to investigate this incredible site. Veronica and I will post daily updates about the excavation, the island and the artifacts uncovered by the team. We want to you to be a part of the Warwick project, and will answer as many questions as we can from the field.

The first two weeks have blown by. As assistant director, I flew in early, along with DSO Mike Gilbart, Conservator Maureen Merrigan and Marine Engineer James…

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