Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology
AIMA, in conjunction with the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS - United Kingdom), teaches a 4-part course on maritime archaeology. This internationally recognised course is currently run in the UK, South Africa, Canada, Micronesia and the USA - among other places.If you are interested in completing these courses please contact me via email .
Established in 1978, the Maritime Archaeology Association of Victoria (MAAV) is an association of dedicated divers, historians and archaeologists actively involved in recording Victoria's maritime heritage.
The MAAV works closely with Heritage Victoria's Maritime Heritage Unit (MHU) in researching, surveying, cataloguing, conserving and promoting our maritime past.
Projects across Victoria are organised regularly. This results in a large amount of work and data collection within a short period of time culminating in published reports.
SOE is a group of dedicated divers involved with Maritime Preservation and the discovery of lost wrecks including the "Alert","Glenelg" "Coramba" "Kanowna"" SS Queensland " and currently searching for the "PS Reliance"and "City Of Hobart"